To no one’s surprise, the Washington Redskins officially announced that Robert Griffin III would not be a member of the team when the 2016 season begins. The two sides have had a complicated relationship since the former Baylor star was drafted by the Redskins in 2012, making a split inevitable.
Griffin III led the Redskins to a surprise NFC East title in his rookie season, but it has been all downhill since then. Fellow 2012 draftee Kirk Cousins usurped the starting quarterback gig in 2014, and there were rumblings that Griffin III spent some of this season playing safety on the scout team.
With Cousins expected to get a huge contract extension, Griffin has become completely dispensable to the Redskins and will be a free agent for the first time in his NFL career. Despite disappointing results since his 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year campaign, plenty of teams should take a serious look at Griffin III.
Here are the three best landing spots for him:
Source: Mr. Irrelevant