Quinn caught three of four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 33-7 loss to the Patriots.
Quinn continues to work as the primary slot receiver in three-wide formations, playing 76 percent of the snaps on offense in the Week 5 loss. He's been held under 40 yards every week this season, including just 25 yards over the past two games combined. Quinn's average of 5.6 targets per game might actually drop with Bill Callahan taking over as interim head coach after Jay Gruden was fired. Callahan has been responsible for the running game, something he may try to emphasize in the coming weeks.
Quinn caught two of four targets for 10 yards and returned one punt for six yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants.
Quinn was on the field for 39 of 51 possible plays (76 percent), which was second most among Washington's pass catchers behind only Paul Richardson's 45 snaps. The 2018 seventh-round pick has been quiet so far this season, catching 15 of 24 targets for 109 yards and a score. Quinn draws a tough matchup against New England in Week 6.
Quinn hauled in five of seven targets for 30 yards in Monday's loss to the Bears.
Quinn has been Mr. Consistent through the first three weeks, as he's generated lines of 4-33-1, 4-36-0 and 5-30-0 over the first three contests, respectively. Case Keenum has found his deep target in rookie Terry McLaurin, so Quinn is left with shorter passes and a 5.1-yard aDOT, capping his fantasy ceiling.
Quinn brought in four of seven targets for 36 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Cowboys.
A garbage-time hero the previous week, Quinn spread out his limited production in Sunday's loss, catching one pass in each quarter. His role in the slot appears secure, but he's accounted for just 16.0 percent of his team's targets through two games. Washington gets a tricky Week 3 matchup, hosting Chicago on Monday Night Football.
Quinn caught four of six targets for 33 yards and a touchdown, adding one punt return for 11 yards, in Sunday's 32-27 loss to the Eagles.
Quinn got the start and played 97 percent of snaps on offense, with the Redskins heavily reliant on three-wide formations in the absence of Jordan Reed (concussion). The plan was a big success from a team perspective, but Quinn had just one catch for 14 yards on two targets before showing out on the final drive of the game against Philadelphia's prevent defense. Terry McLaurin, Paul Richardson, Vernon Davis and Chris Thompson all were more involved in the passing game prior to garbage time. Quinn's role in the slot appears secure as the Redskins prepare for Week 2 against Dallas.
Quinn (thumb) wasn't listed on the Redskins' injury report Wednesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Quinn missed some time in August with a thumb injury, but there was never much worry about his status for Week 1. With an uninhibited practice behind him, he's set to serve as Case Keenum's primary option out of the slot while handling punt-return duties Sunday at Philadelphia and beyond.
Quinn (thumb) will not suit up for Thursday's preseason contest against the Falcons, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Quinn would reportedly suit up without issue if he were preparing for a regular-season contest, but Washington will opt to hold him out of preseason action until fully healthy. The second-year wideout projects to start in the slot and serve as the Redskins' top punt returner, so it's unsurprising that the team is taking a cautious approach to his recovery.
Quinn (thumb) returned to practice Sunday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
The thumb injury forced Quinn to miss Thursday's preseason game against Cincinnati. It's unclear as to what fashion he will participate during practice, but the fact he's out there in full pads is a positive sign. Now that he seems to be healthy, expect the SMU product to resume his role in the slot heading into Week 1.
Quinn is dealing with a thumb injury but should be healthy by next week, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan Washington reports.
It doesn't sound like Quinn will play in Thursday's preseason game against Cincinnati, but he could make it back for the following week versus Atlanta. Absences from exhibition games shouldn't be a major concern, as coach Jay Gruden has been adamant about Quinn's job security in the slot role. The bigger question is whether a young receiver like Terry McLaurin or Cam Sims can put pressure on Josh Doctson for a starting job outside.
Coach Jay Gruden reiterated Sunday that Quinn is locked in for slot work, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Coaching an offense with numerous jobs up for grabs, Gruden apparently has made up his mind on at least one key position. Ankle injuries limited the 2018 seventh-round pick to three games last season, but Quinn made a nice impression in November with nine catches for 75 yards and a touchdown in a two-week span. He'll have plenty of competition for short targets in a Washington offense that also features tight end Jordan Reed and passing-down back Chris Thompson. Paul Richardson and Josh Doctson are the favorites for outside receiver snaps, though Terry McLaurin, Cam Sims and Kelvin Harmon still have plenty of time to make a push.
Quinn is on track to replace Jamison Crowder (Jets) in the slot, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. "Trey Quinn has taken over the inside slot role," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said during minicamp.
"He's confident, he's quick, he's got strong hands, he's physical, [and] he's tough."
Washington quarterback Case Keenum sounds similarly optimistic, noting that Quinn is "going to be really special." The 2018 seventh-round pick was held back by multiple ankle injuries his rookie season, catching nine of 10 targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in three games. Quinn doesn't seem to have much competition for the slot role, but he will have competition for short targets on a team with Jordan Reed at tight end and Chris Thompson in the backfield. Keenum will battle Dwayne Haskins and Colt McCoy (leg) for the starting quarterback job in what's expected to be a run-first offense.
Coach Jay Gruden confirmed that Quinn (ankle) is expected to replace Jamison Crowder in the slot, Kyle Stackpole of the team's official website reports. "Obviously losing Crowder hurts," Gruden said Tuesday. "But I'm ready to watch Trey Quinn jump in that slot role and dominate the position. I'm excited for him."
Selected with the final pick of the 2018 draft, Quinn earned a spot on Washington's Week 1 roster but immediately suffered a high ankle sprain. He returned in November to catch nine of 10 targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in two games before an aggravation of the ankle injury sent him to injured reserve. The 23-year-old seems to be healthy for the start of the offseason program, as he spent the past couple months doing football drills near his home in Louisiana. Quinn said his ankle feels great, but he also mentioned that his solid performance in two-and-a-half games last season doesn't make him a shoo-in to replace Crowder. While the current roster appears light on alternatives, Washington could still acquire some competition during the upcoming draft. The team figures to throw a lot of short passes in 2019 with either Case Keenum or Colt McCoy (leg) expected to get the Week 1 start.
Quinn (ankle) has an opportunity to earns snaps in the slot after former teammate Jamison Crowder joined the Jets, Kyle Stackpole of the Redskins' official website reports.
Best known as Mr. Irrelevant from last year's draft, Quinn earned a spot on the Week 1 roster as a punt returner and reserve wide receiver. Ankle issues limited him to three appearances, highlighted by a two-week stretch in November with nine catches for 75 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets while filling in for an injured Crowder as the team's starting slot receiver. Quinn now has a good chance to take over the role on a full-time basis, though it's possible the outlook changes if Washington adds more talent to a weak receiving corps this offseason. The 23-year-old caught 114 passes his final collegiate season at SMU, and he has good size (6-foot, 203 pounds) and adequate speed (4.55 40) for a slot specialist. Quinn was placed on injured reserve in early December and should have plenty of time to make a full recovery before the start of the offseason program in mid-April.
The Redskins placed Quinnn (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday.
The 2017 seventh-round pick thus finishes his rookie season with nine catches for 75 yards and a touchdown in three games. With Quinn no longer in the mix, Washington's top healthy wide receiver options are Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris.
Quinn (ankle) is inactive for Monday's contest at Philadelphia.
After suffering a high-ankle sprain in the regular-season opener, Quinn needed nine weeks on injured reserve to prove that he was ready to return. He proved effective out of the slot in the Redskins' last two games, accruing nine catches (on 10 targets) for 75 yards and one touchdown. Quinn may have endured a setback this past week, when he practiced in a limited capacity both Thursday and Friday before sitting out entirely Saturday. Moreover, he was spotted in a walking boot Sunday, so the Redskins appear to be taking a cautious approach with the rookie wide receiver. Expect Jamison Crowder (ankle) to handle the majority of the slot reps Week 13 and perhaps for the rest of the campaign.
Quinn (ankle) was spotted with a walking boot Sunday following the Redskins' team flight to Philadelphia, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
After logging back-to-back limited showings in practice to begin Week 12, Quinn was withheld from Saturday's entirely and was given a questionable tag heading into Monday's matchup with the Eagles. The fact that he was still donning a walking boot less than 48 hours before kickoff isn't the most reassuring sign of his health, but Washington will presumably wait and see how the rookie feels in a pregame workout before deciding on his status. If both Quinn and Jamison Crowder (ankle) are ultimately included on Washington's inactive list, Michael Floyd and/or Jehu Chesson could see increased reps in three-receiver sets alongside Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris.
Quinn (ankle) is questionable on the Redskins' preliminary injury report for Monday's game against the Eagles.
Quinn was a limited practice participant Thursday and Friday, but Saturday's participation remains unclear as the Redskins are practicing Saturday night. Heading into the last practice, there's been little to suggest the 22-year-old is in real danger of missing Monday's game. With that said, Jamison Crowder (ankle) is also questionable after missing the last seven games, and could very well cut into Quinn's snap share if able to return.
Quinn (ankle) remained a limited participant at practice Friday.
With Jamison Crowder (ankle) finally practicing and making progress, Quinn may soon find himself marginalized in the Washington passing game. For the time being, it seems likely Quinn will retain a role of some kind for Monday's game against the Eagles. There hasn't been anything to suggest the rookie is in serious danger of sitting out.
Quinn (ankle) was a limited in practice Thursday.
Quinn spent significant time on injured reserve this season due to a high-ankle sprain, so the limitation on his reps Thursday may stem from that injury. Alas, the rookie managed to participate in individual drills, which gives a positive spin for his Week 13 availability. In two games since he was activated from IR, Quinn has reeled in nine of his 10 targets for 75 yards and one touchdown. The Redskins reintroduced Jamison Crowder (ankle) to practice Thursday, but it's unclear when exactly he'll be given the all-clear to return. In a perfect world, both Crowder and Quinn operate out of the slot, so one or the other could be pushed elsewhere once the veteran is healthy enough to play.
Quinn caught all four of his targets for 49 yards and rushed once for no gain in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Texans.
Quinn did an admirable job as Washington's slot receiver. The Redskins' passing game got even less appealing in this one with quarterback Alex Smith suffering a broken leg, so Quinn's value will probably be restricted to deeper formats against the Cowboys in Week 12 and beyond.
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