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Redskins reportedly scheduled to meet with Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins

Redskins Wire logo Redskins Wire 3/20/2019 Zachary Neel
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The Washington Redskins are scheduled to meet with former Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

After trading for Case Keenum - who spent the past year in Denver with the Broncos - the Redskins are apparently still looking for a long-term answer at quarterback, whether that be through free agency or the draft.

In April, the Redskins have the 15th pick in the NFL Draft, and it is very likely that Haskins will be taken by another team before Washington gets on the clock. However, there is always the possibility that GM Bruce Allen decides to trade up in the draft, especially if they think that Haskins is the long-term answer that the team is in desperate need of.

With Keenum brought in to right the ship for the time being, Washington has an answer to their QB-crisis - for the time being at least - but he could also serve as the perfect stop-gap for the Redskins while they potentially mold a young quarterback into a hopeful starter and franchise quarterback. Whether that young quarterback is Haskins, Kyler Murray, Drew Lock or any of the other prospects in the 2019 Draft remains to be seen.

The key is that Washington's front office is thinking about a solution, and a young signal-caller seems to fit the bill.


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