Robert Griffin III, Currently Famous for His Comeback Takes on TV, Puts in His Name for an NFL QB Spot After Getting Out in 2021

Published 07/04/2022, 6:00 AM EDT

The year 2022 is halfway over, and the NFL is getting closer to kickoff. Several franchises have taken some steps in building the roster. However, there is still time in the offseason. However, several athletes have not struck a deal. But they are willing to take a chance. Even Robert Griffin III, now a well-known analyst, has left the door open for a comeback.

 

Robert Griffin III, a Baylor legend, has left a legacy, but off the ground. The Heisman Trophy winner ships his focus from the game, which paid off well. He is now a well-recognized ESPN analyst and functioning in the booth as a commentator. RG3 transitioned so seamlessly that it felt like the booth was just for him.

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Robert Griffin III is successful in his current job. But he hasn’t left off an NFL return on the horizon. The free-agent quarterback expresses his desire to play to Christopher Williams of KWTX in Waco, Texas. Furthermore, he has held himself ready to do just that.

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RG3 mentions, “I am ready to go right now. I train every day. I throw and work out. I know what it takes to get my body ready and I am doing those things. Yes, it is a little bit tougher when you are flying around everywhere doing stuff for TV, but when you really want something, you make it work. So, if I get that call this year, next year, or five years from now, I will be ready to play.”

Several teams called Robert Griffin III after his 40-yard dash

Rich Eisen hosted the “Run Rich Run” charity fundraiser in 2022. Some of the finest players raced alongside Robert Griffin III, who clocked a 4.48 in the 40-yard. It is an incredibly swift time. Even though it was unofficial and for charity, Griffin sparked interest among a few NFL franchises who reached out to him.

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Griffin played for the Browns for one year after spending four seasons in Washington. He worked as a backup in Baltimore for three years after going unsigned in 2017. When RG3 was a free agent, he signed a contract with ESPN.

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Despite all the interest, he has yet to work out or receive any offers. However, there are chances of him resuming professional competition. Not to forget, Griffin is just 32 years old, which is relatively a young age for a quarterback.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing his M.A.

Edited By: Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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