Robert Griffin III isn't concerned about the Baltimore Ravens drafting Lamar Jackson.
Griffin expects to be Joe Flacco's backup.
"When they drafted Lamar, I didn't look at it as a shot at me or a shot at Joe," Griffin told USA Today's Mike Jones. "It was 'OK, Lamar is coming in here, and it's our job to help him learn the offense and help him compete.' So, for me, my job is to show them that I'm an asset to the team and not a detriment."
Griffin shared second-team snaps in organized team activities with Jackson last week.
"One [reporter] asked me if I was trying to showcase for other teams," Griffin said. "No, my focus is, 'I'm a Baltimore Raven. I'm showcasing to them that this is where I'm supposed to be.'"