Browns reached agreement with former Redskins' QB Case Keenum on a three-year, $18 million deal that includes $10 million guaranteed, per source.
Case Keenum has yet to show much since his magic season in 2017 with Minnesota, but the 32-year old keeps getting gigs. He'll provide some veteran leadership for Baker Mayfield and can keep things going if needed in Cleveland.
Haskins is expected to get an MRI and other tests on Monday. Rapoport said Haskins wants to play in the finale, but no indication yet on if he’ll be able to. He was 12 of 15 for 133 yards with 2 TDs pre-injury. Keenum would get the start if Haskins can't go.
Haskins told reporters that X-rays on his ankle came back negative, but he will undergo an MRI exam for further evaluation. Haskins added that he wanted to return to the game, but owner Daniel Snyder instructed him to sit out the remainder of the game. Washington could play it safe and go with Keenum in Week 17.