- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 9, 2019

ASHBURN — The Washington Redskins are expected to start quarterback Case Keenum in Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, according to a new report. 

The NFL Network reported Wednesday that Keenum will start as long as his foot is okay. The 31-year-old. who started the first four games of the year, missed a few practices with a foot injury. 

Former coach Jay Gruden benched Keenum in Week 4 and started Colt McCoy the following week. With Gruden fired Monday, interim coach Bill Callahan appears to be turning back to Washington’s former starter. 

After a strong start to the season, Keenum struggled in losses to the Bears and the Giants. He turned the ball over six times. 

On Wednesday, the Redskins implemented changes to their practice, their first under Callahan. Among then, the team’s captains were in a line upfront during the team’s stretch. Keenum was among the captains. 

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