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Warren G's Son Signs To An NFL Team

By Daryl Nelson
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If you didn't know who Warren G's son Olaijah Griffin was before, you may soon become familiar with him.

He just signed a two-year contract with the Buffalo Bills, which serves as a futures deal, per 247 Sports.

The contract will go into effect next season, and Griffin, a cornerback, will be officially placed on the teams' roster at that time.

The 22-year-old left USC two years early to join the NFL but wasn't selected by a team in the 2021 draft. So instead, he signed a free-agent contract with Buffalo before inking the new two-year deal.






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"I have a big chip on my shoulder because my dream was to make it to the NFL, but my dream was also to hear my name being called," said Griffin about his new contract. "Now I have to show why I deserve to be here ... When I'm on the island, I feel like I can't be beat ... So I mean, he put me in the right position and I really am blessed to have Todd Orlando as a defensive coordinator because I just got a whole new knowledge about everything.”

Warren G hasn't commented publicly on his son's new deal yet.

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