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TOPIC: We’re now getting to the point where there are staples

We’re now getting to the point where there are staples 7 months ago #4497

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Jay Gruden tried to explain Washington’s depth chart by saying the league made him do it and called it “silly” to have one this time of year. Silly or not , it made news when Colt McCoy was listed as the starter at quarterback ahead of Case Keenum with rookie Dwayne Haskins third.Keenum heard the news from JP Finlay of on Monday when Finlay asked about the depth chart.“I didn’t know,” Keenum said. “It’s news to me. Whatever reps I’m getting, I’m getting ready to play. That’s hands-down what I’m doing. [The depth chart] is for you guys to talk about. I’m not going to change what I do and how I approach each day.”McCoy has played in Gruden’s system for five seasons, while Keenum and Haskins are newcomers to Washington. Keenum signed as a free agent, and Washington drafted Haskins in the first round.Keenum said he still is getting down Gruden’s offensive system.So that explains why McCoy is listed as the starter, but the regular season still is more than a month away.“I don’t want to peak right now,” Keenum said. “I don’t want to peak as an offense right now. We’re still putting stuff in. It’s still the first time I’ve run some plays. to our offense. But you still want to be building. You still want to be climbing the mountain.”Keenum remains the favorite to win the job for the season opener, though the team didn’t draft Haskins to sit for long. Keenum, 31, has the most experience of the trio Montez Sweat Jersey , with 54 starts, 12,661 passing yards and 64 touchdowns. Welcome to the NFL!"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareRedskins sign 8 of their 10 draft picks before start of rookie mini-campKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsWe reported a week ago that the Redskins had signed their last pick of the 2019 NFL draft, OLB Jordan Brailford. Today 6th round pick, WR Kelvin Harmon, tweeted that he had signed his deal. Now the Redskins have made it official with 8 of their 10 picks.The Redskins announced the following signings:That leaves first round pick OLB Montez Sweat, and 3rd round pick WR Terry McLaurin to be signed. Third round picks are generally the last to sign their contracts due to a part of the new CBA that gives them a little room to negotiate their base salaries, which are not guaranteed. Geron Christian was the last player to sign in last year’s 8-man draft class. There have been no reports about the holdup for Montez Sweat's deal.
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