Just hours after Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti revealed the club was considering hosting Robert Griffin III on a workout, a report from ESPN’s Jamison Hensley indicates the free-agent signal-caller is no longer in play.

The Ravens, as Hensley adds, will instead be focusing on Colin Kaepernick and other available players to potentially solve their need at the backup quarterback spot.

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Griffin hasn’t generated much interest since being released by the Cleveland Browns early this offseason, as his first known visit was to the Los Angeles Chargers this past week.

The former No. 2 overall pick was largely ineffective across five starts last season, completing 59.2 percent of passes for 886 yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions.

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