Robert Griffin III's Girlfriend Tweets They Had Money Stolen from Browns Garage

Rob Goldberg@TheRobGoldbergFeatured Columnist

CLEVELAND, OH - NOVEMBER 06:  Robert Griffin III warms up before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at FirstEnergy Stadium on November 6, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
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The problems for the Cleveland Browns have extended beyond the football field.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III and his girlfriend, Grete Sadeiko, reportedly had money stolen from their car during Sunday's game. Sadeiko described the situation on her Twitter account:

She later clarified the car was in the garage and should have been secure:

On Monday, Browns head coach Hue Jackson told reporters the team is looking into the incident and will "get to [the] bottom of it."

Griffin hasn't appeared in a game for the Browns since suffering a shoulder injury in Week 1. He returned to practice this week and could potentially return to action following the team's Week 13 bye.

The former Pro Bowler and Offensive Rookie of the Year signed with Cleveland on a two-year deal this offseason worth $15 million. He spent the previous four years with the Washington Redskins but has only made eight total starts since the beginning of the 2014 campaign.

Cleveland is 0-11 since Griffin suffered his injury and 0-12 overall in 2016.

According to The Big Lead, he appeared to begin his relationship with Sadeiko in August after initiating the divorce process with his wife of three years. The Estonia native is a track and field athlete at Florida State. 

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