"He's been talked about and discussed, but we'll probably go a different direction," Gruden said during his media availability, noting that the team worked out quarterbacks last week and Tuesday.
Gruden added, "Do we want to go with a guy that's familiar with my terminology who we worked out last week, or with a new guy to back up (Mark) Sanchez with a similar skill set, or go with a guy and teach basically a whole new kind of offense with a new offensive line and with a lot of those zone reads? ... Not a lot of time to really get a brand-new quarterback and new system installed and taught."
Mark Sanchez took over for McCoy on Monday, going 13-of-21 for 100 yards and an interception.
Sanchez is the only quarterback on Washington's roster at the moment.
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