Robert Griffin III and his girlfriend had money stolen from their wallets, which were inside their car parked in the Browns player garage.
The girlfriend of Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III said both had money stolen from their car that was parked in the FirstEnergy Stadium players' parking garage during the team's 27–13 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.
Grete Sadeiko, who is a heptathlete from Estonia and a member of Florida State's track and field team, tweeted that the money was stolen from their wallets.
When commenters on Twitter asked why the couple would have money or other valuables in a car, Sadeiko said she felt it was safe because they were parked in the players' garage.
Griffin has not responded to the claim, but he did retweet Sadeiko's posts.
Griffin injured his non-throwing shoulder in Week 1 and was placed on injured reserve. He returned to practice last week and it is not known if he will return to action this season for the 0–12 Browns.
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