The Redskins signed quarterback Colt McCoy on Thursday the team announced.
This season's group of QBs for hire might not bring much of a wow factor, but one or more of them will likely save the season for their new NFL team.
With the 2013 season officially in the books, the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The San Francisco 49ers.
The highlight of Week 9 is Chicago visiting Green Bay on Monday, unless the cheerleaders decide to wear costumes in Miami, then it's the Bengals-Dolphins Halloween showdown.
The San Francisco 49ers added John Skelton to the roster on Wednesday. The former Arizona Cardinals quarterback signed a one-year deal with the team.
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden reportedly won't need surgery on his thumb, and he could be back next week.
With the proliferation of the read option, the NFL has distributed a video explaining that read-option quarterbacks can be hit like runners, even if they don't have the ball.
So much for wanting to get rid of Colt McCoy. Now, he's the backup quarterback to Colin Kaepernick.
QB Colt McCoy played for the Browns for three seasons. His stint with the 49ers could be over after just six months.
The 49ers added a fifth quarterback to their roster on Thursday when they signed Seneca Wallace to a one-year deal.

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