The Redskins signed quarterback Colt McCoy on Thursday the team announced.
It appears as though the options are wide open for the Browns to take a quarterback or two in this year's draft.
Brian Hoyer is coming off of ACL surgery and has 18 career games under his belt, which is why coach Mike Pettine said the Cleveland Browns will address the quarterback position in the 2014 NFL Draft, perhaps even drafting two passers from a deep prospect pool.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw a record-setting 59 mph pass at the 2011 NFL combine, someone topped that in 2014.
After a forgettable 2013 season, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is looking forward to a fresh start with new coach Jay Gruden.
A lot is being made of Kirk Cousins, the former fourth-round pick who didn't play well in limited duty last season, and whether he will be a starter somewhere in 2014.
Any quarterback-needy team interested in Kirk Cousins' services must be willing to part with a second-round pick, according to the Washington Post.
Here's a look at the 2014 Washington Redskins offseason.
Who would trade for Kirk Cousins? The obvious answer: The Browns, who just hired Kyle Shanahan, the recently fired Redskins offensive coordinator, for the same position in Cleveland.
Kyle Shanahan has agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns.

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