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Last week, we found that Washington Redskins star rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III covered up the Nike swoosh on his shirt during pre-game warm-ups, as he showed how committed he was to his sponsor brand in Adidas.

Griffin covered up the swoosh by writing the words "Heart" on the right side down his chest, with the "H" in "Heart" covering the Nike swoosh.

The NFL made sure this won't happen again, with the company owned by Phil Knight is the official sponsor of the league.

However, besides doing something like that, Griffin decided to do his business-savvy moves in a different way by wearing a grey shirt over his Redskins Nike-sponsored shirt during pre-game warm-ups on Sunday before his Week 2 game against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Smart move there, RGIII.

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