New coach Hue Jackson punted Wednesday when asked if the Cleveland Browns feel obligated to build their offensive system around Griffin's running ability.
"You don't have to do anything," Jackson said. "I think what you have to do is let the young man play. We're going to build our quarterbacks from the ground up. We'll create an environment for them."
Asked whether the presence of Griffin will influence the Browns' plans for the No. 2 overall pick in upcoming draft, Jackson replied, "I don't think that has anything to do with the draft."
Jackson emphasized that his offense "isn't just about Robert." It will be flexible enough to fit not just any quarterback, but also any running back or wide receiver.
To that end, he seems to be in no rush to cut ties with his veteran incumbent at the position.
"Josh McCown is a tremendous football player," Jackson said. "I'm excited to work with him. I'm not concerned about what's going to happen in the future, and neither is Josh."