By Harry Allison
Jay Gruden is already the Redskins’ longest-tenured coach in the Daniel Snyder era, but he’s just 35-44-1 without a playoff win in five years.
Though Gruden said first-round pick Dwayne Haskins “deserves a shot” to start at quarterback, it’s not hard to see why a coach potentially on the hot seat would prefer to go with veteran Case Keenum for as long as he can.
As bad as Washington’s problems behind center are, the offensive outlook will get exponentially worse if the organization doesn’t iron out lingering issues with Trent Williams. The perennial Pro Bowl left tackle did not participate in mandatory minicamp amid reports he was frustrated with his contract.