Rex Grossman and John Beck each threw a touchdown pass in their duel to become the starting quarterback for the Redskins, who lost to the Ravens 34-31 on Thursday night.
QB John Beck was sharp in his preseason debut as Washington, helped also by a strong running game, won 16-3 at Indianapolis Friday night.
It was only one preseason game, but QB Rex Grossman is doing his best to steal the job as John Beck's injured groin heals.
In need of a QB, the Redskins have agreed to a one-year contract with Kellen Clemens, who has spent his previous five pro seasons with the Jets.
With NFL teams stuck in a state of limbo thanks to the lingering lockout, we offer our take on where the Redskins stand.
Meet John Beck, Redskins quarterback and folk hero. So far, his story has been endearing. How it ends, though, is quite another story altogether.
Could QB John Beck be the Redskins' Week One starter? Our sources say that is where things stand as of now.
For one game, Rex Grossman looked like a very potent NFL quarterback, but he's not the Redskins' future at the position.
QB John Beck agreed to a two-year extension with Washington, keeping him with the Redskins through 2012.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan said Sunday that he is unsure if QB Donovan McNabb will be ready for the season opener as McNabb nurses a sore left ankle.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan announced that QB Donovan McNabb will not play Friday against the Jets after he injured his left ankle against the Ravens.
The Redskins announced Monday that they acquired QB John Beck from the Ravens in exchange for CB Doug Dutch.
According to two NFL insiders, QB Marc Bulger still has starter-caliber talent, and Baltimore's signing of the veteran indicates the team believes it has a legitimate shot at winning a Super Bowl.