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Agent’s Take: A first-hand look at Redskins GM Bruce Allen handling a holdout as Trent Williams continues to sit

Redskins' January decision to maintain status quo looks bad in hindsight - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Washington opted against a fresh start last winter and is now in a miserable predicament thanks to injuries, a holdout and subpar play by its stars.

In A Competition For The Starting Role, Redskins QBs Are Only Focused On Winning
There is a big question at the quarterback as the Redskins get ready to play the Patriots, but all three players are only concerned with helping the team and each other win.

The Redskins' QB situation is drawing the most attention but tight end is a mess, too | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins are still unsure of who they're starting at QB against the Patriots. But while that is getting all of the attention, their tight end situation is a wacky one as well.

Colt McCoy looks likely to start Week 5 despite Gruden's lack of QB plan | NBC Sports Washington
NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay discusses the Redskins' lack of quarterback plan leading up to Week 5's game against the New England Patriots, altho

Redskins cut Robert Davis to bring back Cam Sims, but why? | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins made a series of roster moves the last few days, and the net result landed Cam Sims on the active roster and Robert Davis on the street. The moves are done now, but the question remains, why?

Notes & Quotes, 10/2: Redskins Quarterbacks Prepare For New England
Gruden wants to see more out of Case Keenum, Colt McCoy and Dwayne Haskins before making a decision on who to start Sunday against the Patriots.

Bill Belichick has high praise for the Redskins QB situation, offense. Seriously. | NBC Sports Washington
If arguably the greatest NFL coach of all time speaks highly of the Redskins QB situation, will fans feel better? Well, that exact thing happened when Bill Belichick talked on Tuesday.

Stephen A. Smith believes Jay Gruden will be fired after the Redskins Week 5 game vs. Patriots | NBC Sports Washington
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith believes that if the Redskins lose a fifth straight game, head coach Jay Gruden will be fired next week.

Rated Redskins Radio: 0-4...No QB Plan? Really?? | My Thoughts After Four HORRIBLE Weeks - Ep. 15