It's two-minute warning time and of all things the most popular player on the team, Robert Griffin III, has been accused of talking too much. So, he's popular and he talks too much: I think the National Football League wants its popular players to talk...even too much if that's conceivable. How could Elvis talk too much? How could Babe Ruth talk too much: the press LOVES it and the fans like to like their faves.
It's time for the Redskin's brass to talk and it's conceivable to many or most people that it doesn't sound good already. This is the nasty job they have, of course, to pare down the roster to reach the regular season 53-man limit. It's tough because inevitably veterans are cut, never to return to the team or the league.
Redskins might keep four quarterbacks
The Redskins have a situation at quarterback that is interesting: they have four quarterbacks on their roster and Pat White got a long look; he last played in the NFL in 2009 for the Miami Dolphins. He was a college quarterback in that famous West Virginia spread offense where they pass from the shotgun and offensive numbers are hard to believe because they can produce so much yardage. Pat White, it has been suggested, is a good fit as a specialty player: wide receiver, slot back, quarterback and trick play and special teams everyman who has to be considered by opposing defenses. Remember Antwan Randall-El of the Steelers...
It looks like, maybe, the Redskins will retain all four of their quarterbacks: Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins, Rex Grossman and Pat White. Kirk Cousins got very few snaps in real game action in preseason. Rex Grossman did very well in his time on the field: he's still the number two quarterback on the depth chart I believe. Kirk Cousins would appear to be the number three.
Pat White came to the Redskins camp after not playing pro football since 2009: he must have known that hanging around would depend on him making himself valuable. Perhaps he could hang out on the practice squad in 2013 and learn some foot work to make himself more valuable?