Robert Griffin III

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 213 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
February 12, 1990 (30)
Experience
8th Season
Drafted
2012 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 2 (WAS)
College
Baylor

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Robert Griffin III News

Robert Griffin III Wants To Be A Starter

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III, the backup to reigning 2019 MVP Lamar Jackson, still hopes to be a starting QB in the NFL again. Griffin appeared in seven games last year, the most he's played in a single season since 2014, but most of the action he saw was late in games in which the Ravens were substantially ahead of their opponents. "I'm 30 years old. Quarterbacks are playing into their 40s now. There's a lot of time left to still go achieve all the dreams and goals I set for myself," Griffin said. The former No. 2 overall pick earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2012, but he's never started a full 16-game season. He hasn't been a full-time starter since 2016 and hasn't regained his rookie form due to injuries. Griffin is headed into the final year of his contract with Baltimore, so there's a chance he lands elsewhere with a shot at a starting gig. Unless Jackson is injured, RG3 won't have any fantasy significance.

Jun. 10th • 1:11 PM
Robert Griffin III, Gabe Jackson Involved In Trade Talks

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III and Oakland Raiders offensive guard Gabe Jackson have both been discussed in trade talks with the start of the new league year approaching, according to sources. Jackson is due $9.6 million and Griffin is due $2 million for the 2020 season. Both contracts are not guaranteed and are tradable. Jackson's big contract makes him unlikely to be dealt, but RG3 is definitely a possibility to a team looking for an upgrade at the backup QB position.

Mar. 10th • 2:04 PM
Robert Griffin III Gets Win In First Start

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III completed 11 of 21 passes for 98 yards and an interception in Week 17's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Griffin added 50 yards on the ground on eight attempts. Baltimore was successful in moving the ball on the ground and showed the league that its offense can operate efficiently even without key players Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram on the field. Griffin has proven his ability to lead the team to victory in Lamar Jackson's stead, but Jackson will resume action as the starter in the postseason.

Dec. 29th • 8:45 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Lamar Jackson
Robert Griffin III
RB Mark Ingram II
J.K. Dobbins
LWR Marquise Brown
Devin Duvernay
RWR Miles Boykin
Chris Moore
SWR Willie Snead IV
James Proche II
TE Mark Andrews
Nick Boyle
LT Ronnie Stanley
LG Bradley Bozeman
Ben Powers
C Matt Skura
Patrick Mekari
RG D.J. Fluker
RT Orlando Brown Jr.
Tyre Phillips
DE Derek Wolfe
Jihad Ward
NT Brandon Williams
Justin Ellis
DT Calais Campbell
Justin Madubuike
RUSH Pernell McPhee
Jaylon Ferguson
MLB Patrick Queen
Otaro Alaka
WLB Malik Harrison
L.J. Fort
SAM Matthew Judon
Tyus Bowser
LCB Marlon Humphrey
Tavon Young
SS Chuck Clark
Anthony Levine Sr.
FS DeShon Elliott
Geno Stone
RCB Marcus Peters
Jimmy Smith
K Justin Tucker