Ravens coach John Harbaugh has said the decision on whether to keep two or three quarterbacks will “go right to the wire.” The wire arrives Thursday for Robert Griffin III, when his initial NFL team comes to Baltimore for the final preseason game.
After Saturday night’s game against the Dolphins, Harbaugh acknowledged that the preseason finale will be significant for players on the bubble. Though he didn’t expressly mention Griffin, Harbaugh’s prior comments already made Griffin’s bubble staff obvious.
“Thursday’s going to be big,” Harbaugh told reporters on Saturday. “It’s going to be an opportunity once again for those guys. We’ll find out who is going to be on our team.”
Griffin, who completed nine of 15 passes for 66 yards and added 41 rushing yards as the starter at Miami, will likely get the start again, in what could be his final appearance with his current team, while facing the team with which he’s most associated. He doesn’t seem to be flustered by that reality.
“[T]here’s no pressure,” Griffin told reporters. “I should say there is no pressure that I’m going to apply to myself to go out and perform like I have been and I know how, and the coaches have…