In a wide-ranging interview with 106.7 The Fan's Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier on Monday, the former Washington Redskins quarterback was asked what his reaction would be if he was told back in 2012 that neither of them would be signed to a team today.
"Oh, I mean, I would tell you that I wouldn't believe that at all," Griffin said. "The way the game is played, and just to see the amount of quarterbacks that have gone down this year, I wouldn't say, 'Yeah. There's no way that myself and Kaep wouldn't be in the league.'
"If you just look at it from a pure stat standpoint, we should definitely be in the league. If you look at it from a talent standpoint, we should definitely be in the league.
"It comes down to the teams, ultimately, and at this time, the teams don't want to sign myself or Kaep, and that's just the way it is," he continued. "It doesn't mean you stop working. It doesn't mean you give up. It means you continue to work and you do everything you possibly can to make sure that when you get your next opportunity, that you go out and ball out."
Listen to Griffin's full interview below.