Quarterback Robert Griffin III came to Cleveland for an opportunity to play, and after falling out of favor with the coaching staff of the Washington Washington Football Team, the fifth-year professional welcomed the chance to join the Browns.

But to Griffin, the Browns offered more than just a change of scenery for the 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year, most importantly, an opportunity for him to compete for the starting quarterback job, a task that got underway with the start of the offseason program Monday.

“That ’s everybody’s expectation when you play quarterback in the National Football League,” Griffin told the media Wednesday. “It is what it is. Only one guy gets to play. The stronger we are in that group, in that room, the stronger football team we’ll have. No one’s going to step on anybody’s toes, but we’re all here to compete, all here to win a job and at the end of the day, do what we can to help this team win.

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