Dwayne Haskins

QB / Washington Football Team / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 8,19,20,21

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    Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Signs with Steelers

    Dwayne Haskins signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN reports.This represents a fresh start for the 2019 first-rounder, who was released by the Washington Football Team this past December. With the signing of Haskins, Pryor notes that the Steelers "signal they're focusing on a future without Ben Roethlisberger -- either this year or soon after." The team's long-time QB has one year left on his deal, but his 2021 status has yet to be cemented. With Josh Dobbs set to become a free agent this offseason, Roethlisberger, Mason Rudolph and Haskins are the signal-callers Pittsburgh currently has under contract for next season.

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    Dwayne Haskins: Expected to join Steelers

    The Steelers are reportedly poised to sign Dwayne Haskins, according to Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com.Per the report, the 2019 first-rounder, who was let go by Washington in December, is meeting with Pittsburgh's coaches, and "if all goes well, a deal will be hammered out." The team currently has Ben Roethlisberger and Mason Rudolph under contract for the 2021 campaign, and adding Haskins to the mix would give the Steelers a player with some upside to develop behind the 38-year-old Roethlisberger, who's tentatively expected back next season.

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    Dwayne Haskins: Will visit Carolina

    Dwayne Haskins will visit the Panthers on Monday, independent NFL reporter Josina Anderson reports.Haskins was cut loose by Washington after playing the past two seasons with the team. The exploratory visit could potentially turn into a signing for the quarterback, who completed 60.1 percent of his 444 passes for 2,804 yards, 12 touchdowns and 14 interceptions during his time in Washington.

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    Dwayne Haskins: Goes unclaimed on waivers

    Dwayne Haskins passed through waivers unclaimed Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.Haskins had a tumultuous first two seasons as a professional, with most of his issues being self-inflicted. In a 16-game sample on the field with Washington -- including 13 starts -- he completed 60.1 percent of his 444 passes for 2,804 yards (6.3 YPA), 12 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Haskins also didn't contribute much on the ground (40 carries for 147 yards and one TD) and lost five of his 12 fumbles. While he's unlikely to get a chance with another NFL team right away so late in the season, some organizations have already shown interest in the 23-year-old signal-caller as a project for 2021, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.

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    Dwayne Haskins: Cut loose by Washington

    The Football Team waived Dwayne Haskins on Monday.The writing seemed to be on the wall after Haskins' poor performance during Sunday's loss to the Panthers (154 passing yards, three turnovers) led to his being demoted to the No. 3 role for a second time this season, but it's nonetheless surprising to see a first-round pick receive such a short tenure. Just 20 months ago, Washington selected the Ohio State product 15th overall in the 2019 NFL Draft. Haskins has started 16 games in his career, a sample size equivalent to a full season. In that span, he has just 2,804 passing yards, a 60 percent completion rate, 12 touchdowns versus 14 interceptions and 6.3 yards per attempt. Any team that claims Haskins off waivers would inherit his fully-guaranteed $4.3 million salary over the next two years.

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    Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Back to third-string gig

    Coach Ron Rivera said Monday that Taylor Heinicke, rather than Dwayne Haskins, would start Week 17 if Alex Smith (calf) remains sidelined, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.Rivera pulled Haskins during Washington's final two drives of last Sunday's loss to Carolina, at which point the 2019 first-round pick had three turnovers, no touchdowns and only 154 passing yards. Heinicke managed to spark a bit of life into the Washington Football Team's offense in limited action, throwing for 137 yards and a touchdown while avoiding any interceptions. A combination of off-field issues and lackluster play appears to have lost Haskins the trust of his coaching staff, and it seems unlikely he sees the field again this season.

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    Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Pulled in fourth quarter

    Dwayne Haskins completed 14 of 28 pass attempts for 154 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in Week 16 against the Panthers.Haskins was pulled midway through the fourth quarter, as Washington desperately tried to recover from a 20-6 deficit. As could be implied from the score, Haskins struggled to get the offense moving. He also had three turnovers, one of which led directly to a touchdown for the Panthers. With the NFC East title on the line in a Week 17 matchup against Eagles, it seems unlikely that Haskins will be under center.

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    Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Another spot start

    Dwayne Haskins will serve as Washington's starting quarterback Sunday versus the Panthers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.During a week in which Haskins faced scrutiny for attending a nightclub in violation of COVID-19 protocols, Haskins will get another chance to lead the Washington Football Team's offense with Alex Smith dealing with a strained right calf. Smith himself isn't active, allowing Haskins to face a Carolina defense that ranks 18th against the pass (239.7 yards per game).

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    Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Slated to start Sunday

    Washington will start Dwayne Haskins at quarterback Sunday against the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.The Washington Football Team had been hopeful that Alex Smith would be ready to return from a one-game absence after he practiced fully Friday, but the signal-caller's strained calf is apparently still preventing him from doing everything he needs to do to run the offense effectively. As a result, Haskins will pick up his second start in a row, with the Football Team expected to make Smith inactive while having Taylor Heinicke and Steven Montez dress as backup options, per Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post. Haskins completed 38 of 55 attempts for 295 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions while adding 28 yards on the ground in Washington's Week 15 loss to the 49ers.

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    Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Trending toward Week 16 start

    Dwayne Haskins appears to be the leading candidate to start at quarterback Sunday against the Panthers, as Washington continues to have concern that top signal-caller Alex Smith (calf) -- who is listed as questionable -- won't be able to do "everything he needs to do to be effective," Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.After starting in place of Smith in last week's loss to the 49ers, Haskins found in himself in the midst of controversy after he violated the NFL's COVID-19 protocols when he was spotted at a nightclub without wearing a mask, but he avoided a suspension and was instead subjected to a $40,000 fine and stripped of his team captaincy. Haskins continued to take the starter's reps at practice through Thursday before Smith returned to full participation Friday and resumed taking most of the reps with the first-team offense. Smith thus appeared poised to slot back in as the Week 16 starter, but his strained calf is apparently still presenting issues for him, which could force the Washington Football Team to turn to Haskins for a second straight game. Expect Washington to put Smith through a pregame workout before a decision on his status is made, but even if the veteran is active for the contest, he may only be available to serve as an emergency backup to Haskins.