Washington Football team appear to be done with Dwayne Haskins as their QB going forward after not only benching him, but making hm 3rd string as well. It also seems nobody is interested in is services either.
John Keim of ESPN reports that no team has yet called Washington to inquire about a potential trade for Dwayne Haskins.
He added that his understanding is that Haskins has not requested a trade.
Haskins was benched in favor of Kyle Allen last week and was subsequently made the 3rd string QB behind Alex Smith.
Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday that people close to Haskins have advised him that a trade is the best option at this point given this is now the second coaching staff that’s not fully committed to his development.
“What they’ll tell you in that building is that he is a project who was drafted by the owner and his son,” La Canfora quotes one league source who has talked to numerous Washington staff members as saying. “That’s the bottom line there. Allen is their guy. They think he fits their system. They didn’t really want anything to do with Haskins from the beginning.”
Haskins has started four games in 2020, racking up 939 yards to go along with four touchdowns and three interceptions. He has also rushed for 30 yards.