Robert Griffin III came to the Washington Redskins with much promise. After a stunning rookie season, the quarterback was derailed by a cocktail of complications -- injuries, coaching changes, a possible loss of confidence -- that prevented him from returning to his rookie form.
That freefall led to the end of his tenure in Washington. Now, after reaching a deal to join the Cleveland Browns, RG3 is changing zip codes -- and that means selling his Virginia farmhouse, built in the heart of Redskins country.
He might not have healthy knees, but Griffin has good taste when it comes to country living. Take a virtual tour of his soon-to-be-sold abode.
Rural Way Of Life
Griffin chose a quiet country estate away from the urban chaos in D.C., and he paid a pretty penny for it. Now, the home is listed for $2.75 million.
Poolsides And Pasture
Surrounded by rolling farmland, the home's exterior lighting gives it a regal appearance. The infinity pool also helps.
Stop For A Drink
A beautiful wet bar features dramatic features, and sits at the base of a staircase leading down into an entertaining area.
Talk About Gourmet
Not only does RG3's kitchen feature abundant space and top-of-the-line finishes, but the fine details are found everywhere from the cabinets to the light fixtures.
Night At The Movies
A staple of multi-million-dollar mansions: The private theater, with plush seating for lucky friends and family.
Bright And Inviting
RG3's home features bright interiors complimented by dark natural woodwork, creating beautiful contrasts throughout.
Fit For A Fallen King
Griffin purchased the house in 2013 for just a shade under $2.5 million. At the time, it's safe to say he expected his Redskins career to last much longer.
Tall ceilings create the sense of endless space in this home, which is more or less true: RG3's house features more than 9,000 square feet.
Despite the incredible space in the home, the residence only features four bedrooms, including this master suite.
Custom Bath, With All The Trimmings
Safe to say the jetted tub is the centerpiece of this bathroom, one of five in the house.
You might be tempted to call this a walk-in closet, but no: It's actually a "shoe library." Athletes, right?
Place Of Business
A stately office serves as ground zero for RG3's business deal-making.
Swim At Your Leisure
Griffin's infinity pool is trimmed in beautiful landscaping and wrapped in private woods, making it picture-perfect.
A guest-house by the pool could be a great AirBnB for the next buyer.