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Cleveland Browns Sign QB Robert Griffin III
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
The Cleveland Browns have signed free-agent QB Robert Griffin III to a two-year deal, with a base value of $15 million and $6.75 million guaranteed...
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Griffin released this statement...
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“I'm excited about the opportunity to join the Dawg Pound and help build something here in Cleveland,” Griffin said. “Coach Hue and Pep, I had a great meeting with them. I really believe in what they preach and how they can help not only me as a player but this team win games and that's what we're all about.

“I'm just excited to come in and compete. Nothing's ever been given to me in my life, so I just want to go out and compete with the guys and grow with this team. I feel like that's all I'm really focused on.”
I'm so sorry Browns fans.

(FoxSports)
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thefloydian99 months
This guy has no talent as a QB. I don't know if he still has anything left in his knees, but even if he does it's only a matter of time before he gets knocked out again. Skinny running QBs area joke unless they have Vick-like athleticism (he doesn't).
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OceanMan99 months
Heisman winner, RoY...yeah he is completely void of athleticism and skill.
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LSUrme99 months
RGIII is the ugliest human I have ever seen.
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JakeFromStateFarm99 months
Trading one Heisman bust for another. Cleveland gonna Cleveland.
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pellietigersaint99 months
should be sorry for RGIII....what a train wreck of an organization
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Mansa Musa99 months
$100 bucks says he performs better than any other FA QB in this class. Dudes got weapons, a coach that has a clue, and fresh legs.
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Tshiz99 months
Will last 4 games. Book it.
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