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Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III might be the most famous person in Washington D.C., more so than President Obama, who has yet to beat the Cowboys in December.

Which doesn't totally explain why Redskins fans took it upon themselves in recent weeks to buy Griffin and fiancée Rebecca Liddicoat every item off their Bed, Bath & Beyond wedding registry. The registry was first uncovered by The Knot earlier this month. Griffin himself didn't exploit his ample social media leverage—he has more than 911,000 followers on Twitter—to troll for butter dishes. (Read Full Article »

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