Teams are securing backup QBs this offseason, but do any of them have a chance to start and, if so, are they viable fantasy alternatives? William Del Pilar breaks it down.
The Redskins have re-signed veteran QB Rex Grossman to a one-year contract, Pro Football Talk reported Saturday evening, citing a league source.
William Del Pilar studied the Week 15 matchups and warns you to avoid players like Ryan Fitzpatrick while exploiting Rex Grossman and Kahlil Bell.
The Redskins have turned back to QB Rex Grossman to jump-start their offense.
Mike Shanahan was given a pass for last season, but criticism is mounting in D.C. for his team's play this season.
Redskins QB Rex Grossman was hospitalized Monday and remains there Tuesday as doctors treat him for pneumonia and a fever, head coach Mike Shanahan said.
It generally has been asserted that Rex Grossman was offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's choice at quarterback to start the season while head coach Mike Shanahan preferred John Beck.
According to reports, Redskins QB John Beck will replace Rex Grossman in the starting lineup Sunday.
The Redskins had seen enough, yanking QB Rex Grossman from the lineup after his four-interception game Sunday. Now do they go with John Beck?
If there has been a prevailing theme through three games, it's that the Redskins are flawed but daring.
The Redskins looked good Sunday with Rex Grossman, and part of the reason why is because the coaches and QB are thinking alike.
Rex Grossman will start at quarterback for the Redskins in Week One against the Giants, according to an NFL.com source.
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.
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.
QB Rex Grossman will re-sign and join the Redskins' training camp on Tuesday night, head coach Mike Shanahan said.