Kevin Durant Wants The Redskins To Sign Colin Kaepernick

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The Redskins (6-6) lost backup quarterback Colt McCoy to a leg injury in his second game replacing Alex Smith, who broke his right tibia and fibula on November 18.

McCoy, of course, had replaced Alex Smith, whose season ended two weeks ago vs. Houston, also because of a broken right leg.

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"There's not a lot of time to get a brand-new quarterback and system installed in a couple of days", he said.

"He's been talked about and discussed, but we will probably go a different direction", Gruden told the media in Washington on Tuesday. "There's all sorts of things, but I think now the Colin Kaepernick discussion should at least be had".

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"Just football, strictly football", Gruden said. But when you have a short week like we had. you had to have somebody in here that had some similar conceptual awareness that we had with Colt. "That's why we went with Sanchez". The 32-year-old played poorly, as many expected, but he still managed to author one of the great redemption stories in recent sports memory.

The Redskins signed Sanchez in part because their passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach Kevin O'Connell played with him in NY.

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Way back in 2012, while playing for the New York Jets, Mark Sanchez infamously fumbled after barreling face-first into the rump of offensive lineman Brandon Moore.