Robert Griffin III is one of the biggest "what if" players in NFL history. The former second overall pick was the Rookie of the Year back in 2012, but injuries derailed his career from there.
His last game in the NFL came in 2016 when he played with the Browns, where he also suffered some devastating injuries. After taking last season off, it sounds like he's ready to give it another go.
We have agreed to a one-year deal with QB Robert Griffin.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 4, 2018
The Ravens announced moments ago they've agreed to a one-year deal with Griffin III, placing him as the backup to veteran slinger Joe Flacco.
When healthy, Griffin III can be one of the most dynamic passers in the league, although given his previous health issues, the team would likely rather him stick around as a pocket passer for the time being.
The Ravens announce they have signed QB Robert Griffin III to a one-year deal. He's back.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 4, 2018
Still, it's great to see such a talented player getting another shot at things.