31. Case Keenum, Derrius Guice, Paul Richardson — Washington Redskins
Keenum: 365-for-586 (62.3%), 3,890 yards, 18 TD, 15 INT
Guice: N/A (Injury)
Richardson: 20 receptions/262 yards/2 TD
Washington’s trio could look different at various points next season. While Keenum should start the year as the starting quarterback, he will be pushed for playing time by the likes of Colt McCoy, rookie Dwayne Haskins and — depending on his health — Alex Smith. Before going down with an ACL injury last preseason, Guice looked like the real deal. Expect Washington to get Guice the ball early and often. The receiver group is a weak point. Jordan Reed is a talented tight end, but he struggles to stay on the field. Now healthy, Richardson should take over at the leading receiver…help is needed in Washington.
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