"It's time. Robert has earned the right to be named the starting quarterback of the Cleveland Browns," new Browns coach Hue Jackson said in a statement. "Since he was signed back in March, Robert has made it clear through his actions that he is willing to do everything that has been asked of him to earn this role. Throughout this process he has gained the respect from his teammates, the coaching staff and the entire organization that is necessary for him to lead our offense and really the entire team."
This was probably the worst kept secret in football. Griffin took most of the first-team reps in training camp and had been battling Josh McCown for the starting job. It wasn't really a fair contest just based on Griffin's time with the first team. Most reports in the spring and so far this summer had Griffin performing fairly well and there's certainly some QB2, streaming potential there - at least until we see how the offense comes together. Griffin is 30th on our list with an ADP of the 16th round.