The Baltimore Ravens have a decision to make with star quarterback Lamar Jackson this offseason.
Jackson can either be extended with a new contract, be placed on a franchise tag, or be traded.
ESPN analyst Robert Griffin III mentioned former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett as a potential move for the Ravens in the upcoming NFL draft as insurance for Jackson.
The move would reunite Bennett with new Ravens offensive coordinator Todd Monken.
Bennett is currently ranked by draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. as the No. 9 quarterback among draft prospects.
The former walk-on leaves an inspiring legacy behind in Athens as a two-time national champion and the most decorated player in College Football Playoffs history.
Bennett’s cool demeanor, knowledge of Monken’s system and ability to use his feet could add some value in Baltimore.
Bennett will have an opportunity to show his athleticism and skills in front of NFL teams at the NFL Combine beginning Feb. 28.