In an unexpected move, the Baltimore Ravens announced the signing of former Washington and Cleveland quarterback Robert Griffin III. The last time Griffin played a meaningful snap of football was in Week 17 of the 2016 NFL season.
Griffin will likely slide into the No. 2 QB role on the team, ahead of the inexperienced Josh Woodrum. It will be hard for Griffin to see much playing time, if any, in Baltimore, as incumbent starter Joe Flacco has only missed six games in his 10-year career.
In 2QB or Superflex leagues, owners might want to keep tabs on Griffin, remembering his 2012 season in which he led all QBs in rushing yards (815), but that was a long time ago.