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Did not know that both of his parents retired from the military. His dad was very instrumental in his success from such a young age.

I heard in a commercial that his parents were Military so I googled it and ran across a very very good article on him and his parents.

It makes a lot of sense to me why he's so good in his interviews... I have been one of his most vocal critics on this forum, and I thought that his handlers were feeding him the right things to say. Boy was I wrong! Not only that, but the article has now made me a fan of RG3. Who woulda thought that??

I encourage anyone who's not familiar with his story to read the article. Ill be pulling for him in the future, except when he plays the Panthers of course.

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