Coach Jay Gruden informed players Monday morning that he plans to start Kirk Cousins at quarterback in the Sept. 13 regular-season opener against Miami.

Redskins coaches and officials have a big decision to make regarding the direction of their quarterback position. Redskins players, however, are largely indifferent when it comes to the choice for signal caller.

Two people with knowledge of the team's planning said the owner is not preventing his front office and coaching staff from trading the quarterback. But a deal might not net much.

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