It doesn’t sound like Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden is in a rush to figure out who will start at quarterback.
Right now, the Redskins have Colt McCoy, Case Keenum and rookie Dwayne Haskins all on the roster. While it’s clear the former Ohio State star is the man of the future, there’s no guarantee he’ll be playing anytime soon.
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“I don’t want to make any — come to any conclusions right now. It’s silly to, so there’s still a lot of ball left to be played, lot of passes, lot of things, lot of situational work we still have to do, a couple more games left, three games left. There’s more work to be had,” Gruden told the media on Saturday, according to ProFootballTalk.
There’s only been one preseason game so far, and Haskins looked okay. He showed off his ability to throw the ball, but also made some very foolish decisions when it came to picking his targets.