The Ravens cut ties with the backup quarterback on Monday, so he will officially be looking for a new team next season. He started one game and appeared in three others for the Ravens in 2020, and his production was dismal. He finished with zero touchdowns and two interceptions on just 14 pass attempts, resulting in an average of -3.40 adjusted yards per attempt. Griffin was placed on Injured Reserve after starting vs. the Steelers in Week 12 and was not activated before the end of the year. The Ravens also moved on from wide receiver De’Anthony Harris and defensive backs Tramon Williams and Davontae Harris.
Griffin lit the league on fire in his first season, culminating with the 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year award, but knee injuries sapped him of his trademark explosiveness. It remains to be seen if anyone else will bring Griffin in as a backup next season, but his days of being an NFL-caliber quarterback are long in the past.
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