Washington QB Colt McCoy will not get a chance to start again for the team in 2014.
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Washington QB Robert Griffin III will not have to worry about Colt McCoy coming back to relieve him of his job if he struggles again.
Head coach Jay Gruden announced Tuesday that the neck injury that knocked McCoy out of last Sunday’s loss to the Giants won’t heal in time for him to play in the final two games of the season and that he’ll be placed on injured reserve as a result.
Gruden added that he doesn’t think the team will bring in another quarterback, leaving Kirk Cousins to serve as the No. 2 behind Griffin.
McCoy will be a free agent when the year comes to an end and could have a future in Washington, although there’s much to be determined about the future of the team’s offense come the off-season.