“It’s something we have to talk about in-house," Gruden said at the
He added: "We'll see. That has not been determined yet, obviously. We have some time to determine whether or not we want to go that direction."
Of course, the Redskins have shown they're not afraid of making big moves when it comes to the draft. It's kind of how they got into this situation in the first place. Washington traded three first-round picks and one from the second round to the
After a stellar rookie season, Griffin has struggled with injuries and inconsistent play. Cousins also failed to impress when he got the chance to play last season. The Redskins finally turned to third-stringer
All three quarterbacks remain on the Redskins' roster for the time being. But that won't stop the team from thinking about drafting another.
"[Mariota] is a heck of an athlete, I'll tell you that. And Jameis is a heck of passer," Gruden said. "Two very good options to have if you are in need of a quarterback and you think you want to go that direction, then they are both worth going that direction for probably."