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The Baltimore Ravens announced today that they have agreed to a one-year deal with a quarterback who is not Colin Kaepernick.

Robert Griffin III last played in the NFL in 2016, when he got hurt in the Browns’ first game, was placed on injured reserve, and returned for four more games at the end of the season.

The Ravens had a discussion with “at least one high-ranking U.S. military official” before the 2017 season on whether to sign Kaepernick, according to a TMZ report in March. At the time, Baltimore signed Thad Lewis instead of Kap, which suggests that troops really suck at running an NFL front office.