And then there were two.
After waiting and hoping for longtime backup Colt McCoy to return to 100% following his late-season leg fracture, Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden has told reporters that there's no timetable for when the quarterback may be ready to play.
McCoy, a 10th-year veteran who was originally drafted by Cleveland Browns, has served as the Redskins' backup quarterback for four years, and he was tabbed by many to be a serious contender in a quarterback battle that also included journeyman Case Keenum and first-round pick Dwayne Haskins. However, the injury that both ended McCoy's 2018 season and kept him out of his side's first two preseason games has yet to heal properly, essentially narrowing Washington's quarterback battle to a two-horse race. Here's how that race looks with just two preseason games left to play.