Case Keenum had the worst game of his professional career on Monday night vs the Bears. He was responsible for 5 turnovers in the Redskins 31-15 loss at home. It was reported that he had X-rays after the game. The Redskins only held a walkthrough today, so their injury report is estimated, but Case Keenum was DNP and Colt McCoy returned to practice.
Jay Gruden said he wasn’t planning on making a change at QB, but softened his tone when he talked to Giants reporters today. McCoy is reportedly still not ready despite the team’s intention to return him to practice today. Dwayne Haskins Jr. is healthy, and eager to get in the game. Case Keenum will reportedly be ready to play on Sunday when the Redskins visit the New York Giants, but a lot can change by Sunday.
Case Keenum did not take part in today’s walk through for the Redskins. Listed w a foot injury. Remember he had XRay after the Bears game.— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) September 25, 2019
Mentioned the other day on air the plan was for Colt McCoy to practice this week. He was listed as full practice on the #Redskins’ projected injury report today. Case Keenum listed as did not practice with a foot injury.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 25, 2019