Robert Griffin III started the current revolution in the AFC North. Now, he wants to help decide.
Griffin, 33, publicly made a case for an NFL comeback on his web series "RG3 and The Ones," advocating for a return to the Cleveland Browns.
The Browns should sign me as their starting quarterback," Griffin declared. "At 33 years old I understand the game better than I ever have in my entire career.
I know how and when to slide and that was a huge issue in my years in the NFL. But I've learned, I've learned my mistakes and I'm ready to showcase I can get it done."
Griffin burst onto the scene as the supposed savior of the then-Washington Redskins, embarking on a memorable rookie campaign to the tune of over 4,000 yards through the air and ground combined.
He would appear in six more NFL seasons between Washington, Cleveland, and Baltimore but never rediscovered the heights of his freshman journey.
Griffin insisted that there's a place for him in Cleveland even if they opt to go with Thompson-Robinson, a similarly skilled thrower out of UCLA.