Redskins Grab QB Keenum in Absolute Steal
Washington gained its starting quarterback for practically nothing. The Redskins exchanged a 2020 sixth-rounder for the Broncos’ seventh and made Denver pay half of Case Keenum’s salary.
A current look at the Redskins situation as they head into free agency next week. I also wanted to take a closer look at the salary cap with Case on it and talk about a couple of scenarios involving him.
Why Josh Rosen would fit in with the Redskins, according to Dan Orlovsky | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins are reportedly trading for quarterback Case Keenum, but the doesn't mean Josh Rosen is totally out of the picture. Former QB and NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky explained why Rosen could fit with the Redskins.
The Case Keenum move is fine, but it’s the next QB move that really matters for Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Keenum trade gives Washington a much-needed veteran QB, but doesn't solve the Redskins' long-term questions at quarterback.
Jay Gruden’s son Jack no longer on Redskins video staff - The Washington Post
Jack Gruden announced his departure on Instagram nearly a month after being arrested for being drunk in public.
Chad Englehart Went Viral At The NFL Combine, But He’s Not Sure Why
The Redskins’ head strength and conditioning coach made rounds on social media after slapping up Houston prospect Ed Oliver on the bench press. Englehart was just doing what he was asked.
Denver Broncos propose onside kick alternative mirroring AAF rule
The rule change, which was among nine proposals submitted by NFL teams for 2019 on Friday, would give a team the chance to convert what would essentially be a fourth-and-15 situation from its 35-yard line after a fourth-quarter score to retain the ball.
Futures: Devin Bush | Football Outsiders
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NFL Draft: Giants, Jaguars maneuvering creates potential opportunity should the Redskins want Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins still need a long-term solution at quarterback. Finding one with the 15th overall pick won't be easy based on current draft projections, but the acquisition forecast perhaps became a bit easier Friday after the Giants and Jaguars executed moves of their own.