The Redskins are severely limiting Robert Griffin III's media exposure before the season starts. No chats after practices, no cameras at his locker—just one press conference a week, making six in all. So it was a massive local media scrum when Griffin held his first presser last Wednesday, with all the local TV stations carrying it live.
D.C. station 106.7 The Fan planned to air it live too, and were all set to broadcast. Until three minutes before it started, when Redskins PR guy Tony Wyllie (more on his "accomplishments" here) approached 106.7 with a threat: don't broadcast the press conference, or we'll revoke your credentials.