Cleveland Browns: 5 best decisions this offseason
The Browns put a lot of faith in Johnny Manziel, only for him to continually make the organization look foolish for ever trusting him with any sort of responsibility. This is known.
His actions and subsequent release left the Browns unsure of who would start at quarterback for the team in 2016. Josh McCown was still on the roster, but he is more suited as a backup and mentor at this point in his career.
This is when the Wentz or Goff choice began to heat up, but the Browns ended that speculation when they signed Robert Griffin III to a two-year deal.
He was one of the names being discussed, along with Colin Kaepernick, as a possibility to join the Browns, and it seems like the Browns made a great decision.
Griffin had to sit on the sidelines and watch Kirk Cousins lead the Washington Redskins to the playoffs last season. The former No. 2 overall pick believes he can be as great as he was during his rookie campaign in 2012, and the Browns are hoping for the same.
Griffin is the presumptive starter this season, although Jackson has yet to name a starter as it is only the beginning of June.
He has been working on becoming more of a pocket-passer, moving away from the run-dominated style of play that has led to several injuries in his four-year career.
His expectations for the season are low, which allows him to prove himself without facing the imminent possibility of being pulled from a game for any mistake made.
Unlike a certain former Browns quarterback, Griffin will actually be focusing on football in 2016.
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