Robert Griffin III spent almost a full calendar year as a member of the Cleveland Browns, starting five games in a 1-15 season one year before they went 0-16.
But as Griffin and the Ravens prepare to clash with the Browns on Sunday, the quarterback has already compartmentalized his feelings for the franchise that gave him a second chance after he was released by the Washington Redskins following the 2015 season.
“They’re the enemy,” he said Wednesday. “For me, I’m a Baltimore Raven. I look forward to going out there, working hard and getting the victory. That’s my whole mindset.”
Asked if he will have any feelings of nostalgia about...