The Baltimore Ravens are weighing the possibility of bringing free-agent quarterback Robert Griffin III in for a workout, owner Steve Bisciotti told reporters Sunday.

Baltimore’s apparent interest in RG3 comes just days after it was revealed Joe Flacco is dealing with a back issue.

Colin Kaepernick was the first player connected to the Ravens, and team president Dick Cass said Sunday that the two sides have been in contact, but it would appear as though the organization is considering all options.

Griffin, once a rookie sensation with the Washington Redskins, completed 59.2 percent of passes for 886 yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions in five starts for the Cleveland Browns last season.

Whether it’s Griffin, Kaepernick, or any other available quarterback, the Ravens seem confident that any addition made will simply be a matter of upgrading depth. Both the team and Flacco himself have indicated that the quarterback isn’t expected to miss a significant amount of time.

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