Published: Wed, December 05, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Why the Redskins discussed and rejected Colin Kaepernick

Why the Redskins discussed and rejected Colin Kaepernick

The Eagles marched 75 yards on 12 plays on their opening possession of the game with Wentz connected with Golden Tate on a 6-yard touchdown, Tate's first with the Eagles after a trade last month.

The team needs to sign a quarterback to back up Mark Sanchez, the only healthy signal-caller on the roster who was signed by the team just two weeks ago.

"[There's] not a lot of time to get a brand new QB and a system installed and taught in a couple days", Gruden said on a conference call with reporters Tuesday.

We're not sure what it says that the two biggest plays of Sanchez's career involved butts - or that he's spent much of his National Football League career sitting on his butt on the sidelines - but it probably means he's not a very good quarterback. Geragos said via e-mail.

Gruden said that bringing Kaepernick in at this stage of the season would require too many offensive changes, including new run concepts and protection packages.

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Gruden said that they would need to build a specific package of plays and formations to take advantage of Kaepernick's athleticism, and that doing so this late in the season wasn't realistic.

Gruden says the team will have a workout with QBs later this afternoon. though it's unclear if Kaepernick will be a part of those. "There's all sorts of things, but I think now the Colin Kaepernick discussion should at least be had". But somebody with a little bit of familiarity.

"Sanchez had experience in a pro-style offense".

Obviously, the media's focus will turn to Super Bowl signal caller Colin Kaepernick. Yates before going with Sanchez.

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