If you have been following the Robert Griffin III situation, you know there is a possibility the quarterback's days in Washington are numbered. Multiple reports indicate the Jets would not have interest in the signal caller.
I know there's been speculation about the Jets potentially looking at acquiring RG3 -- I wouldn't hold your breath on that.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) August 31, 2015
Jets not interested in trade for Robert Griffin III: source http://t.co/hBUmJhWNRp pic.twitter.com/Da9IQjwjOr— NY Daily News Sports (@NYDNSports) September 1, 2015
I’ll end this one before it begins: The Jets are not interested in Robert Griffin III, sources tell me.— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) August 31, 2015
A trade for Griffin is a nonstarter. His fifth year option worth $16 million has been picked up. It is guaranteed for injury, and Griffin is injury-prone. He is also injured right now. It puts any team that trades for him in the same situation the Jets had with Percy Harvin. He would have no incentive to renegotiate the deal after the team. His new team could either pay him the money or cut him so that he could sell his services to the highest bidder.