Watch your back, Joe Flacco.
At a press conference meant to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft, the Ravens surprised many by announcing that they have signed Robert Griffin III to a one-year deal.
Griffin, the former Redskins and Baylor phenom, wasn't in the league last season. He last played for the Browns in 2016, suiting up for five contests, completing 59 percent of his passes and posting a 72.5 QB rating.
“He came in last week, worked out, had a real good workout, and we were able to come to an agreement late yesterday,” Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said at the Wednesday presser. “He will probably be here early next week to sign the deal.”
Head coach John Harbaugh said he and the coaching staff are all "very excited" to have RGIII as their No. 2 quarterback and that the addition "makes us a better football team." Harbaugh also noted how much RGIII wanted to be a Raven.
The 28-year-old will have the chance to land the backup job to Flacco in Baltimore, and in all seriousness, it's good to see the 2012 Rookie of the Year get another chance in pro football. He should probably leave his catchphrases at home, though.