Ryan Fitzpatrick is going on injured reserve with a hip injury, and Washington is turning to Taylor Heinicke to start at quarterback against the New York Giants on Thursday night.
Cam Newton is not walking through that door, and Robert Griffin III is not walking through that door.
There's a quarterback youth movement that has hit the NFL.
With five QBs drafted in the first round for the second time in the past four seasons, the NFL has a staggering number of young quarterbacks led by the three projected rookie starters: Trevor Lawrence in Jacksonville, Zach Wilson for the Jets and Mac Jones in New England.
Robert Griffin III has not totally shut the door on his NFL career but he is taking the next step toward his future beyond the playing field.
The Heisman Trophy winner and former Pro Bowl quarterback has signed a multiyear deal with ESPN to be a college football and NFL analyst.
BALTIMORE (AP) — It goes without saying that if Lamar Jackson misses any significant time this season, the Baltimore Ravens will have all sorts of challenges on their hands.
With the star quarterback out at the beginning of training camp because of a positive COVID-19 test, the Ravens are now getting more of a look at who might replace Jackson in the event of an absence down the road.
BALTIMORE RAVENS (12-6)
CAMP SITE: Owings Mills, Maryland
LAST YEAR: The Ravens won five of their first six games, then recovered from a midseason slump to win five in a row down the stretch.
The best of college football will be on display Saturday night in Baltimore.
Well, if you believe the Heisman Trophy represents the top player in the college game, then consider that five of the winners will be there when the Titans visit the Ravens...
Robert Griffin III came back at least temporarily.
With Baltimore Ravens starter Lamar Jackson being evaluatedfor a concussion, Griffin entered Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons. Griffin had not appeared in a regular-season game since 2016.
RG3 is staying put while AJ is switching coasts.
Robert Griffin III, the 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year whose career has been disrupted by injuries since that season, remained with Baltimore as the Ravens cut their roster to the league maximum of 53 on Saturday.
The NFL is back, baby.
Well, the preseason anyway.
The Baltimore Ravens take on the Chicago Bears on Thursday in the annual Hall of Fame Game. Here are the details:
Maybe the only thing worse than a fraud playing the victim is a fraud playing the victim with no one paying attention.
Former Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III couldn't stand that.