Colt McCoy

#12 QB / Washington Redskins / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 lb Age: 32 College: Texas Bye 10

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Could win starting job

    Colt McCoy (leg) shouldn't be counted out of the quarterback competition, according to JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington.McCoy has been with the team throughout Jay Gruden's tenure as head coach, while Case Keenum and Dwayne Haskins are still learning a new system. Despite being limited to rehab work throughout the offseason program, McCoy is on track to practice at the start of training camp in late July. He should still be viewed as the underdog, but it does appear to be a legitimate three-way battle.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: On rehab field

    Colt McCoy (lower leg) practiced on the rehab field during Thursday's minicamp session, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan reports.McCoy was expected to participate in minicamp to some extent and is still expected to be ready to go when training camp begins in late July, barring any major setbacks. The 32-year-old appears to be progressing well in his recovery from his third surgery on a fractured right fibula. Even when fully healthy, McCoy will likely be limited to a backup role behind Case Keenum and first-round pick Dwayne Haskins.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Progressing nicely from injury

    Colt McCoy (lower leg) is expected to participate in June minicamp to some extent and should be fully ready in late July when training camp begins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.McCoy is back with the team for OTAs and seems to be recovering well from his third surgery on a fractured right fibula. He was originally expected to miss all offseason work until training camp, but the timetable apparently has been moved up. Once healthy, McCoy will compete for the starting job with Case Keenum and first-round pick Dwayne Haskins. While experience in coach Jay Gruden's offense may help his cause, McCoy hasn't shown any real sign of being anything more than a competent game manager.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Out until training camp

    Colt McCoy (lower leg) is expected to be sidelined until training camp, Les Carpenter of The Washington Post reports.McCoy originally was going to be back on the field during the middle of OTAs, but he underwent a third surgery on his fractured right fibula in mid-April and now will be sidelined until much closer to the start of the regular season. Once healthy, he's expected to compete for snaps with Case Keenum, who could gain an edge for the starting job during McCoy's recovery. The Washington Redskins also selected Ohio State product Dwayne Haskins in the first round of the draft, representing another competitor as head coach Jay Gruden tries to settle on a man to lead the offense once the season begins.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Gets third surgery on leg

    Colt McCoy recently had a third surgery on his fractured right fibula, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.McCoy missed the final four weeks of the regular season, but his efforts to make a quick return prevented the injury from healing properly. He's now had two surgeries during the offseason and hasn't been able to participate in any of Washington's voluntary workout program. The 32-year-old eventually is expected to battle Case Keenum for the starting job, though the nature of the competition could change if the team drafts or trades for a young quarterback. There doesn't seem to be any expectation of Alex Smith (leg) playing in 2019.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Recovering from second surgery

    Colt McCoy is recovering from a second surgery on his fractured right fibula, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.The follow-up procedure explains why McCoy was using a cast and crutches this past weekend, more than a month after he was spotted walking without any support. He should still have time to make a full recovery before the start of training camp, at which point he's expected to compete with offseason trade acquisition Case Keenum for the starting job. It's also quite possible Washington adds a rookie quarterback to the competition.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Still laboring with crutches

    Colt McCoy (leg) was spotted with a cast and crutches Sunday, Jim Vertuno of The Associated Press reports.McCoy broke his leg in Week 13 versus the Eagles and missed the remainder of the season. He was seen without the help of crutches or a cast in February, so he was assumed healthy. However, he was the grand marshal for a race this past weekend in Austin, Texas, where he was seen sporting crutches again. A quick recovery would benefit the 32-year-old, who will be competing with Case Keenum for the starting quarterback role throughout the offseason program and training camp.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Set to compete with Keenum

    Colt McCoy will compete with Case Keenum for the starting quarterback job, Adam Dreyfuss of the team's official website reports.It also is possible Washington adds a young quarterback to the mix, seeing as both Keenum and McCoy are in their early 30s and entering the final seasons of their respective contracts. The team officially hasn't ruled out Alex Smith (leg), but it seems like a long shot that he'd be ready to play any sooner than 2020. With Adrian Peterson, Derrius Guice (knee) and Chris Thompson all set to return in the backfield, coach Jay Gruden presumably hopes to build his offense around the running game, though it isn't clear his defense is good enough to keep the plan on track. Even so, it's hard to imagine a scenario in which the team's starting quarterback is a valuable asset in standard fantasy leagues. As of mid-March, the depth chart at wide receiver is led by Paul Richardson (shoulder), Josh Doctson and Trey Quinn (ankle).

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Has confidence of Gruden

    Coach Jay Gruden said he's confident in Colt McCoy's ability, pointing to durability as the major concern, ESPN.com's John Keim reports. "McCoy (has) a great knowledge of the system, he's comfortable with the guys we have, he's a great leader, he's a competitor." Gruden said. "He can run, he can move and he can make all the throws. But he's been hurt and he hasn't done it."Gruden also noted that McCoy is stubborn, saying he's not sure if the 32-year-old quarterback will listen to requests to be a bit more cautious. His recent stint as the starter only lasted two games, with McCoy suffering a season-ending fibula fracture in the first quarter of a Week 13 loss to Philadelphia. There's a very real chance he enters training camp as the team's No. 1 quarterback, considering Washington doesn't have much cap space and picks at No. 15 in the first round of the upcoming draft. McCoy was spotted without any support on his injured leg in mid-February, while Alex Smith (leg) still requires a massive stabilizing brace and isn't guaranteed to play football again. McCoy is signed through 2019 with a cap hit of $3.38 million, per overthecap.com.

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    Redskins' Colt McCoy: Making strides in rehab

    Colt McCoy (leg) was recently seen without any support on his recovering leg, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.A fractured fibula planted McCoy on injured reserve for the conclusion of the 2018 season. However, it seems the quarterback has progressed well in his rehab, so much so that it's not a stretch to think he could be fully ready for the start of OTAs this spring. With Alex Smith (lower leg) not expected to play in 2019, McCoy is tentatively entering the offseason as the No. 1 signal-caller on the depth chart in Washington.