The Washington Redskins have had a lot of injuries the past two seasons.
And a lot of that has been down to just plain bad luck. But some have continually pointed the finger at the team's medical and training staff.
On Wednesday, head coach Jay Gruden revealed quarterback Colt McCoy is still not ready to play after sustaining a broken leg in Dec. 2018.
“First and foremost we’ve got to get that leg healthy,” Gruden said. "I don’t think it’s very far away. It’s the same thing. I don’t think he’s had full strength yet. He’s tried to battle through it. It just hasn’t been there for him.”
"And you can't be thinking about that stuff when you play quarterback. You've got too much to think about: where's the safety, is my back-side covered, where's my checkdown, is my number one receiver open, two, three, four, on through the progression."
Quarterbacking has to be second nature, Hoffman said, and for McCoy that takes him out of the running for the starting job for the time being.