Today the Washington Redskins made moves which affect the starting Quarterback position, continuing the trend this off-season.

John Beck, a second round pick in 2007 for the Miami Dolphins, comes to town by way of the Baltimore Ravens, with whom he spent the 2009 season.

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In the trade, the Ravens get cornerback Doug Dutch, who joined the Washington Redskins’ practice squad in November 2009.  [picappgallerysingle id=”6031157″]

The move momentarily puts a fifth Quarterback on the Washington Redskins roster, joining starter Donovan McNabb, Rex Grossman and Rich Bartel.

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Wait, that’s only 4 (including Beck)?

That’s right, because Colt Brennan, fan favorite and lauded as a pre-season hero the past couple years, is being cut.  Word is that he has actually already left the Washington Redskins facilities in Ashburn.  This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as reports have claimed that Colt Brennan hasn’t impressed anyone during the OTA’s, minicamps or training camp.

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Speculation is that Colt Brennan will take John Beck’s former spot on the Baltimore Ravens’ squad, rejoining Jim Zorn, who now serves as the Quarterbacks coach for the Black And Purple Charm City squad.

Credit for this breaking news:  The LaVar Arrington Show With Chad Dukes, 106.7 The Fan FM (in Washington D.C.)