Where does the Redskins QB competition rank in terms of NFL camp battles? Doug Farrar of Touchdown Wire highlighted several of the ones with the most intrigue in 2019, and low and behold included the Case Keenum vs Dwayne Haskins Richmond Rumble.

"The Redskins may not have expected Dwayne Haskins to fall to them with the 15th overall pick—after all, you’d think a guy who threw 50 touchdown passes in a season for Ohio State would get top 10 consideration. But with Alex Smith’s football future very much in doubt, and a quarterback room filled with the likes of Case Keenum, Colt McCoy, and Josh Woodrum, something had to be done. Head coach Jay Gruden has a long history of preferring quarterbacks with low ceilings who will follow his program to the letter, which gives Keenum the edge, as he has the highest of the low ceilings. Haskins is the quarterback of the future, to be sure, but he’ll have to work out his issues when throwing on the run and under pressure before he’ll make presentable starts at the NFL level."

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Hal Tater
Hal Tater

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It's not a competition, it's whether or not Dan Snyder wants Haskins to start now or later. Play on the field won't matter.

Landa Walker-Ickes
Landa Walker-Ickes

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Ty Nsekhe made the list, too, for his Buffalo competition with Cody Ford.