Even Adrian Peterson Thinks The Redskins Need To Sign Colin Kaepernick

Even Adrian Peterson Thinks The Redskins Need To Sign Colin Kaepernick

Even Adrian Peterson Thinks The Redskins Need To Sign Colin Kaepernick

It's Week 14 now, and the Washington Redskins have one quarterback able to play. Kaepernick filed a collusion grievance against the National Football League in October of 2017, alleging an organized effort to keep him off a roster as a result of his protests. "So he's been talked about and discussed, but we'll probably go a different direction". Alex Smith broke his fibula and tibia in a matchup against the Houston Texans, and last night, Colt McCoy was lost for what appears to be the season as well, fracturing his fibula.

"[There's] not a lot of time to get a brand new QB and a system installed and taught in a couple days", Gruden said on a conference call with reporters Tuesday.

Mark Sanchez will start going forward.

The Redskins need to sign another quarterback after losing Colt McCoy to a broken leg in Monday's 28-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Gruden says the team will have a workout with QBs later this afternoon. though it's unclear if Kaepernick will be a part of those. "Now it goes from contingency plan to game plan", Sanchez said.

"For me to go in and play was in an emergency situation and those things happen". Sanchez is 37-35 over the course of his eight-year career with 86 touchdowns and 87 interceptions. The Redskins are bringing in two free agent quarterbacks for a workout late Tuesday afternoon, and will compare them to the group that worked out after Alex Smith suffered a season-ending leg injury November 18 against the Texans.

Thus, it's time for the Redskins to find a quarterback, and per J.P. Finlay of NBC Sports Mid-Atlantic, the team did, in fact, consider one of the more contentious options on the open market.

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