Ravens sign QB Robert Griffin III to 1-year deal

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Baltimore Ravens sign former Cleveland Browns QB Robert Griffin III

Griffin, the second-overall pick in the 2012 draft, provides an experienced backup for Joe Flacco, something the Ravens have been looking for.

The Baltimore Ravens made a big announcement on Wednesday during their pre-draft press conference.

The Redskins cut him in 2016, and the Browns signed him to a two-year deal. Last year's backup, Ryan Mallett, is an unsigned free agent. Griffin returned to play the final four games and was the starting quarterback the last time the Browns won, against San Diego on December 24, 2016.

"I feel like we got a steal, Harbaugh said, per Ravens beat writer, Shawn Stepner".

"You look at the veteran quarterbacks out there, where we're at right now, I'm pretty excited about this player", coach John Harbaugh said. Obviously, his personality, he's a confident guy.

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Griffin campaigned through much of last season for a job, updating his social accounts frequently with footage of his working out. He's had a lot of success in this league early on.

It's been a positive year thus far for Griffin. Griffin went on to Cleveland in 2016 to post even more troubling numbers before sitting out the 2017 season. He put up 3,200 yards, 20 touchdowns, and only 5 interceptions during the 2012 regular season. He spent three more seasons with the Redskins as the team slowly integrated Kirk Cousins into the starting role.

RG3 returned in 2013 but was benched after throwing 16 TD passes and 13 interceptions.

The Ravens and RGIII agreed to a one-year deal. "This makes us a better football team".

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