Football is generally perceived as a sport of tradition, but it's surprisingly adaptable when it comes to the product on the field. Take the quarterback position. It's gone from run-first in the game's early years to pass-first as the game evolved. Now, with a number of quarterbacks starting and succeeding by relying on their feet, it seems like the pendulum is swinging back in the other direction. Robert Griffin III thinks more and more teams will employ mobile quarterbacks or will at least be forced to draft a passer who can run as a last resort.

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