As we took care to spell out Sunday, though, there is no hint of a quarterback controversy in the nation's capital.
Any passer can look good or bad in a short three-day window, especially when contrasted against a competitor facing different personnel on defense.
"There's been a lot of good. There's been some bad, as most QBs go through training camp," Gruden added. "Overall, I think he's making progress at a good rate."
The Washington Post's Mike Jones confirms there "hasn't been a question" as to whether Griffin has been the superior quarterback over 15 training-camp practices.
There will be several starting quarterbacks peeking over their shoulders at the high-profile backup when the 2014 season opens. Griffin won't be one of them.