Redskins' Quarterback Could Miss Sunday's Game

Case Keenum will start under center week one for the Washington Redskins.

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Case Keenum's foot injury could put him in danger of not starting at quarterback for the Washington Redskins on Sunday at the New York Giants.
Keenum was listed as a nonparticipant in practice Wednesday. Because the Redskins only went through a walkthrough, the injury report is an approximation of what would have happened in a full practice.
Longtime backup Colt McCoy was listed as a full participant. McCoy has been inactive the first three weeks while still dealing with the lingering effects of breaking his right leg.
Coach Jay Gruden said Tuesday that Keenum deserved a chance to remain the starter after turning the ball over five times in a loss to Chicago on Monday night. It's unclear if Keenum's injury is severe enough to change that course of action.
If Keenum can't play, the 0-3 Redskins will either turn to McCoy or ask first-round pick Dwayne Haskins to make his NFL debut.

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