Robert Griffin III has returned to the NFL. After a year out of football, the former Baylor star and Washington Redskins quarterback signed a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens.

Griffin last played for the Cleveland Browns in 2016-17. The former second overall pick started five games that season, but struggled with a shoulder injury and threw for only two touchdowns comparered to three interceptions. Cleveland released him in March 2017.

RG3, of course, won't start—Joe Flacco is Baltimore's guy—but the Ravens were impressed after watching Griffin work out, and they elected to snag him as a potential backup.

Griffin seems psyched to be back.

He also thanked his new wife, Grete Griffin.

The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner entered the league on a wave of hype and lived up to it initially, when he made the Pro Bowl in his rookie year. But injuries hampered his once promosing career, and it will be interesting to see if he can recapture some of that original magic.