ESPN, Fox Sports Have ‘Interest’ In Signing Free Agent QB Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III hasn’t indicated that his NFL career is over, but it appears he has others wanting his talents for something other than throwing a football.

On Thursday, it was reported that ESPN and Fox Sports have interest in signing the free agent QB after he recently completed auditions at both networks, sources tell OutKick.

“At either network, Griffin could pop up in various NFL and college football roles, sources note. ESPN and Fox share the Big 12, the conference in which Griffin’s played college QB.”

The Baylor Bears legend and former Heisman winner hasn’t lost any motivation despite the setbacks that he has encountered over the years on the field. Griffin spent the past three seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

Griffin just turned 31 earlier in the offseason, and he is looking for his next opportunity.

“It continues to make you inspired when you see greatness,” Griffin said of watching Brady in an interview with the Ravens official team website. “I think my desire burns even hotter.”