Could Redskins Interest in Pat White Spell the End of Cousins in Washington?

April 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins turned some heads last year by selecting two quarterbacks in the 2012 NFL draft.
That strategy turned out to be a very sound one, as Kirk Cousins took the field for a late-season start and led the team to a win over the Cleveland Browns while Robert Griffin was sidelined by a knee injury.
Now it appears that the Redskins are set to turn heads again, by preparing to sign a player who may well wind up as Cousins' replacement clipboard holder behind Griffin.
Former West Virginia and Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat White, who has been out of the NFL since being cut by the Dolphins in 2010, is in Washington for a workout and is expected to be signed by the team, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
White worked out with the San Francisco 49ers last week, and cancelled a similar workout with the New York Giants, which would seem to indicate that the Redskins are serious about bringing White on board.
As Ralph Vacchiano of The New York D...

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