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Redskins backup Dwayne Haskins unfazed, patiently awaits his chance - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
As he watches other first-round QBs play, the Redskins rookie says "you want to be in the best position to succeed and that's what I'm waiting for."

Of Redskins’ problems, their NFL-worst third down defense might be most glaring - The Washington Post
Washington has allowed opponents to convert 63 percent of its third down attempts.

Notes & Quotes, 9/25: Head Coach Jay Gruden Confident Redskins Will Play With More Consistency
Head coach Jay Gruden gave his assessment on quarterback Case Keenum and feels the veteran deserves a chance to lead the team out of an 0-3 start.

Redskins Sign TE Jerome Cunningham
The team announced the following roster move Wednesday.

Why Trent Williams will be in no rush to follow Melvin Gordon and end his own holdout | NBC Sports Washington
The Chargers are expecting to get star running back Melvin Gordon back on Thursday, as he ends his long holdout. Unfortunately, his situation is different from Trent Williams' in many ways.

The Redskins face a rookie QB on Sunday. Unfortunately, he just won NFC Offensive Player of the Week | NBC Sports Washington
Facing against a rookie quarterback should be an advantage for the Redskins defense. Unfortunately, that rookie QB looks really good.

Redskins Rookie Terry McLaurin Earns Second Pepsi Rookie Of The Week Nomination
The Redskins' leading receiver through three weeks recorded six receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown in Monday's loss to Chicago.

The disconnect between Jay Gruden, Bruce Allen and the development of Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins drafted Dwayne Haskins, but as far as developing the young QB, the organization did him no favors. Jay Gruden has a playoffs-or-bust mindset, and that runs contrary to molding a rookie passer.

Rated Redskins Radio: Who's to Blame for 0-3?; Keenum in Walking Boot | Giants Rivalry Week - Ep. 14

One season after Alex Smith's injury, Redskins again dealing with QB turmoil, injury | NBC Sports Washington
Jay Gruden can't give a real answer on the quarterback or backup QB for Week 4. He's not being dishonest or tricky, because it's unclear what player is healthy. Sounds a little like 2018, and that ain't a good thing.