The 29-year-old veteran will back up Lamar Jackson in Baltimore's run-heavy scheme. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports the contract is worth $4.5 million.
Signs pointed toward Griffin returning as Baltimore's backup this offseason, with coach John Harbaugh praising the signal-caller repeatedly after the season.
The former first-round pick can be an invaluable source for Jackson. More than most, Griffin knows the challenges facing a young, hyped quarterback and can continue to mentor Jackson through the pitfalls.
Retaining Griffin, if forced into action due to a Jackson injury, also makes sense from a schematic standpoint given his running ability in the Ravens' ground-focused approach in 2019.