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The Washington Redskins could be in consideration if the Colts decide to trade Peyton Manning before next season.
But the 'Skins may be taking a quarterback in the draft instead. Though the Browns are likely the front-runner in trading up for Robert Griffin III, Washington still finds themselves in a spot to take the second overall pick via trade.
After seeing Washington's quarterback-play this season, it's clear that they are quite inadequate at the position, to say the least, with John Beck and Rex Grossman taking the snaps.
So do they trade for a QB? Well, they may be behind in the Manning sweepstakes, if there really is one, and no matter what Dan Snyder throws at the Indianapolis Colts money-wise, they aren't getting Andrew Luck.
A week ago, most would have considered Landry Jones the answer in D.C. Now, there's much uncertainty moving forward for the Redskins, and in the most valuable position.
So where do the Redskins go? Well, there's always overspending for Matt Flynn or Kyle Orton. That is a trait of Snyder's, after all.
But don't rule out the likelihood of them moving up in the draft or taking a chance on a quarterback past the first round.