OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Robert Griffin III believed he had two choices while being out of the NFL last year: Get upset or get motivated.
Griffin dedicated himself to watching games, analyzing offenses and learning from the mistakes of other quarterbacks. He feels he has a better grasp of how to play the game and what coaches are looking for from him.
“It helped me become a smarter player,” Griffin said at Wednesday’s introductory news conference with the Baltimore Ravens. “I tried to use that experience to grow. I feel like I have grown from that and I look forward to being able to show it.”
“I’m not relying on what I did in the past. I want to show them the player that I am and the player I can be moving forward. It’s time to let that stuff go and move forward as a new player, a better player, a grown player.”
Robert Griffin III
Griffin, 28, signed a one-year deal with Baltimore to be the backup to Joe Flacco. The No.
Article source: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23116140/robert-griffin-iii-baltimore-ravens-smarter-player-year-off
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