The quarterback and his family flew from New York to suburban Washington in Snyder's plane and were ushered to the team facility by a fleet of town cars and SUVs. The brief meeting is one of a handful of gatherings he'll take part in with the team, the last culminating with his introduction to the public at a fanfest Saturday at FedEx Field.
From that point, Griffin will go home for a few days, then return late next week for a rookie minicamp, in which 25 to 30 players will participate, according to coach Mike Shanahan.
"We've had a chance to spend a little time with him over the last month or so and obviously liked what we saw on film," Shanahan said Friday on NFL Network. "Just a class young man with a lot of athletic ability and a big upside. We're excited to have him."
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