Washington adds QB Rex Grossman with a one-year deal

The Redskins have a new QB, as the Washington Post reports that the team has inked former Bears and Texans QB Rex Grossman:

With the Texans, he worked under the Redskins’ new offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and also with Washington quarterback coach Matt LaFleur, so the Redskins’ staff knows exactly what it’s getting. On the surface, the signing might seem like a simple replacement. But many believe the Redskins will chase a quarterback in the NFL Draft next month, which could leave the team with Jason Campbell, Rex Grossman and Jimmy Clausen/Sam Bradford six weeks from now.

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One Response to “Washington adds QB Rex Grossman with a one-year deal”

  1. Chris says:

    Very interesting move if the Redskins decide to draft a top tier QB. That will put them in a good position to trade Jason Campbell and keep Grossman as the backup. However, I’m not too sure that they can get any quality players in trade for Campbell. Only time will tell.