VP Williams: Redskins looking hard at quarterbacks

VP Williams: Redskins looking hard at quarterbacks



Washington Redskins senior vice president of player personnel Doug Williams made it clear on Monday that the team is still seeking an upgrade at quarterback after trading for Case Keenum last month.

The Redskins, who hold the 15th pick in Thursday's first round, have been connected to some of the draft's top quarterback prospects and also to Josh Rosen, whom the Arizona Cardinals could trade if they draft Kyler Murray first overall.

"Case has done a good job over the last couple of years where he's been, and you know, we needed a quarterback and was able to trade for Case," Williams told reporters. "But that does not put us out of the realm of picking a quarterback if there's one there that we like at 15. We don't know who's going to be there at 15. We've got some guys we do like, and if those guys are there, that's the discussion that has to be had.

"I'm sure that would come up as a possibility that would happen, with a lot of other players in this draft that could help us. We'll look at it from that standpoint too. It all depends on the board. Who's highest on the board at that particular time? If that quarterback is the highest, then we've got to pick him. Nine out of 10, it's going to be the quarterback [if he's the highest-rated]. But if it's not, that's a discussion."

Washington visited with three of the four consensus top quarterbacks -- Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock and Daniel Jones -- while Murray canceled his visit to D.C. The Redskins have also met with Auburn's Jarrett Stidham and Northwestern's Clayton Thorson.

Washington acquired Keenum from the Broncos in March for a swap of sixth- and seventh-round picks, with the Broncos contributing a portion of Keenum's salary. He is due just $3.5 million this season.

The Redskins also have Colt McCoy. Incumbent starter Alex Smith's future is in doubt after he sustained a compound fracture in his leg last year and had multiple surgeries to deal with complications.

--Field Level Media

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