NFL training camps get the preseason going in a couple weeks.
Veterans, rookies and journeymen will all get cut by the various teams at various stages.
If it happens to former UCF star Shaquem Griffin, who the Seattle Seahawks drafted in the fifth round this year, he won't need to look far for another place to play.
Appearing on the radio show, "Open Mike," on 96.9-FM in the Orlando area, former University of Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier was asked how quickly he would contact Griffin if the scenario of him getting cut were to happen.
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Spurrier, who is the head coach of the new Alliance football league's Orlando team, said he would call Griffin right away.
"He'd be the first one we'd go after," Spurrier said. "I don't think he's going to get cut to tell you the truth. ... But, obviously if he did, we'd have a spot for him right there."
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