“It was a good workout … We are still weighing all of our options before camp … We are always looking to upgrade,” the source told Anderson.
The source said that the Chargers will have follow-up conversations about the free-agent pivot Thursday, but added that L.A. isn’t set on adding to its quarterback room, which contains starter Philip Rivers and journeyman backup Kellen Clemens.
“Young man can move,” the source said to Anderson about Griffin. “He’s athletic, threw the ball well … but he’s not the only QB available. Not sure we’ll add another QB or not.”
The Chargers were the first team to bring in Griffin this offseason following his release from the Cleveland Browns in March. He made five starts for the Browns in 2016, throwing for 886 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions.