Case Keenum's foot injury could put him in danger of not starting at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday at the Giants.
ASHBURN, Va.—Case Keenum's foot injury could put him in danger of not starting at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday at the Giants.
Keenum was listed as a nonparticipant in practice Wednesday. Because the Redskins only went through a walkthrough, the injury report is an approximation of what would have happened in a full practice.
Longtime backup Colt McCoy was listed as a full participant. McCoy has been inactive the first three weeks while still dealing with the lingering effects of breaking his right leg.
Coach Jay Gruden said Tuesday that Keenum deserved a chance to remain the starter after turning the ball over five times in a loss to Chicago on Monday night. It's unclear if Keenum's injury is severe enough to change that course of action.
If Keenum can't play, the 0-3 Redskins will either turn to McCoy or ask first-round pick Dwayne Haskins to make his NFL debut.