Robert Griffin III (Current Player)
He’s currently got the best job in the world, NFL backup quarterback. Especially when you sit behind the reigning NFL MVP. You’re paid a ton of money to hold a clipboard. However, there’s probably a highly competitive bone in that frequently broken body. Would he trade the clipboard for a starting job in the XFL?
Players want to play. Especially when you’ve reached the heights of a Heisman Trophy win and a Rookie of the Year award. After a failed season in Cleveland and a couple of seasons warming the bench in Baltimore, maybe a chance to prove that he can play is attractive to Griffin, who just turned 30-years-old.