QB - WAS
Week 8 Outlook
Washington Football Team QB Dwayne Haskins is once again inactive in Week 7.
Haskins' tenure with the Football Team doesn't look like it'll end smoothly. The 23-year-old was demoted to third-string QB a couple of weeks ago and was recently fined for violating the team's COVID-19 policy. He's a candidate to be traded at the November 3rd deadline.
QB Dwayne Haskins was fined for the violating the team's COVID-19 protocols in Week 6's loss to the Giants.
Haskins made reservation for a family friend at the team hotel, which violates Washington's COVID-19 protocols. He was fined $4,833 and the max could have been $14,650. Haskins was a healthy scratch last Sunday and will most likely be inactive again Week 7. The 23-year-old QB has thrown for 939 yards with four touchdowns and three interceptions over four starts this season.
Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins is officially inactive for the team's Week 6 matchup against the New York Giants. Kyle Allen will start, with Alex Smith serving as the backup.
This is the second straight healthy scratch for Haskins as he has quickly fallen out of favor with the new regime in Washington. The team has reportedly been looking into trading him, but there has not been any news on that front as of yet.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero is reporting Washington QB Dwayne Haskins (illness) is not expected to play in Week 6.
Per Pelissero, Haskins is going to be inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Giants despite returning to practice on Friday. The Haskins-Rivera-Washington union is not expected to last very much longer. Kyle Allen will start in Week 6 with Alex Smith as the backup.
Dwayne Haskins (illness) is back at practice on Friday.
Haskins has been battling an illness since losing his starting job prior to Week 5. The second-year QB is now Washington's third string option behind Kyle Allen and Alex Smith. It's possible that he's moved at the NFL trade deadline in a few weeks.