The Browns have been quiet this offseason, but they’ve just visited with one of the highest-profile players left in free agency.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III met with the Browns today, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
The former rookie of the year whose career in Washington flamed out after a knee injury, Griffin has so far not found any teams looking to offer him a starting job or a starter’s salary. It’s unclear just how interested the Browns are in Griffin, and how good a chance they’d give him of earning the starting job.
But they’re at least interested enough to bring him to Cleveland for a visit. For Griffin, who has drawn little interest since Washington cut him, that’s progress.