Robert Griffin III and his girlfriend say money was stolen from their car during Browns game

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Cleveland quarterback Robert Griffin III and girlfriend Grete Sadeiko said money was stolen from their parked car during the Browns game on Sunday.

Sadeiko, a heptathlete from Estonia and a member of Florida State's track and field team, tweeted about the alleged incident following the Browns’ 27-13 loss to the New York Giants. Griffin retweeted one of her posts and added the comment, “Smh.”

When folks on Twitter questioned the decision to leave valuables in the car, Sadeiko responded that the couple felt it would be safe since they valet parked in the players' lot at FirstEnergy Stadium.

The Browns told the Associated Press they were looking into the situation and “will handle it appropriately.”

Griffin hasn’t played since injuring his shoulder in Week 1 but started practicing with the team last week.

Twitter: @chewkiii


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