LANDOVER, MD - DECEMBER 7: Quarterback Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins looks on before a game against the Dallas Cowboys at FedExField on December 7, 2015 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

It's only training camp, but RGIII looks like he's back to his vintage form

If he's back to his 2012 self, is that good or bad for the Browns?

Don't look now, but it appears the Cleveland Browns may actually get the Robert Griffin III of old. Apparently head coach Hue Jackson is so impressed, he's naming the former Baylor standout the starter:

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Pro Football Focus was on hand for some of the Browns training camp practices and were apparently blown away with how much Griffin III resembled what we saw during his ground-breaking rookie year.

From PFF:

"He was very much still the same player he was in Washington, which is to say an impressive athlete with all the arm talent you could wish for..."

To say that Griffin III is the same player as he was in Washington comes with the same cautionary tales of his lack of reading through progressions.

"He very rarely made it far through his progression in the team portion of practice, and was usually on the move if he had to come off his first read. The good news is that the Browns seem to be only too aware of that, and are almost building it into the offensive system, with receiver routes designed to uncover later in the play than is usual, catering to the fact that the QB may well be on the move and looking for an open target several seconds into it."

These are just more of the same reports we've seen out of Browns camp since Griffin III signed with Cleveland. How much he's progressed likely won't be understood until the Browns suit up for their first preseason game, against the Green Bay Packers, August 15.

[PFF/SB Nation]