At this time last year, Robert Griffin III was working out on his own, hoping to find his way back into the NFL. After a successful season as a Ravens reserve, the free agent could see himself settling in Baltimore as a backup and mentor to Lamar Jackson.
“Yeah, I saw it,” John Harbaugh said of a noncall on the final play of the game. “I think you guys should write what you see. You want us to get up here and criticize the officiating. You saw the officiating all day."
Ravens first-round pick Lamar Jackson has played less in seven NFL games than he usually did in one start for Louisville. But as he nears the midpoint of his first season, Jackson said he has a good sense of his progress, despite the limited workload.
Two days after noting that he could be inactive on game days, the 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year will take a seat while the organization’s first-round pick will play a supporting role to the 11th-year starter.
The Ravens finished cutting their roster to 53 on Saturday, keeping quarterback Robert Griffin III and parting ways with several high-profile players including former first-round draft pick Breshad Perriman,
Robert Griffin III doesn't know if he'll be a Raven after Saturday, but the former Heisman Trophy winner feels he's done everything he can to earn a job with the team after sitting out the 2017 season.
Although the Ravens have given up an NFL-worst 11 sacks in the preseason, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said the offensive line performed better in Thursday’s win against the Los Angeles Rams.