Jay Gruden says Colt McCoy remains the Washington Redskins starting quarterback as of “right now.”
RGIII returned to practice Wednesday after missing nearly five weeks due to injury, and will resume his role as the Redskins starting quarterback as soon as he gets clearance from team doctors, head coach Jay Gruden announced.
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has had his opportunity for almost five full games now.
RGIII has already been ruled out for the Redskins’ game Sunday against the Cardinals, but if the way he’s dancing around these cones is any indicator, he may not remain off the field much longer.
Washington Redskins tight end Niles Paul stopped by his locker before a recent practice to drop off a carry-out plate of baked chicken, black-eyed peas and rice. The mini-feast would become dinner later that evening for a player who doesn’t cook, one of the many advantages of playing for a NFL team with a full-time, fine-dining chef.
Chad Dukes obliterates the logic of being “pro-Griffin” or “pro-Cousins” in this nice little anti-quarterback controversy byte-sized radio rant.
Movie reviewer Kevin McCarthy and injured Redskins quarterback RGIII were tweeting back and forth, like friends, and maybe that’s actually the best outcome for everyone.
Washington Post columnist Jason Reid had some colorful insight into Jay Gruden’s non-committal response about whether Kirk Cousins will remain the Redskins starter for the remainder of 2014.
Robert Griffin III has had the hard cast removed from his dislocated left ankle, the first step in a rehab process expected to last several more weeks.
Trent Green, a survivor of a previous Redskins QB controversy, had some insightful comments on current Redskins QB Kirk Cousins.