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"They offered me a private workout and we refused. I didn't do any private workouts for anybody," Griffin said, according to The Washington Post. "After that, I think feelings might've been hurt or something like that. I went to D.C. on a visit and (Indianapolis) didn't offer a visit at all, and so we kind of knew what direction they were going. But Andrew's their guy. You can't be mad about that."
And in a statement that supports all the positive press Griffin gets about his makeup, he explained his view of himself will change in the next day.
"As of Thursday as of 8 and 8:10 (p.m.), me and Andrew are two of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL," Griffin said. "There's Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Eli, I could go on for days -- sorry if I didn't mention you; don't be mad. They're great quarterbacks and we're back at the bottom of the totem pole. Maybe we won't be the worst, but by no means are we 1-2. We know that we have to compete."