Cleveland Browns’ Draft Proves QB Job is Robert Griffin III’s to Lose

When the two first met last month, new Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson told quarterback Robert Griffin III that, if he was going to sign with the team, he should expect to compete for the starting job. Particularly, Jackson was inferring the team was going to draft a QB regardless of whether or not Griffin signed. At the time, Cleveland had the No. 2 overall pick, so the thought was Jared Goff or Carson Wentz were to be viewed as Griffin’s main competition.

The draft came and went this weekend and, sure enough, the Browns left it with another quarterback. It just wasn’t the one everyone was expecting.

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