According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Washington is planning to start McCoy over Robert Griffin III on Sunday at Indianapolis, per a team source.
Reported by FootballDiehards.com
While Griffin is not a part of Washington's plan for Sunday's game, he still appears to be a significant part of the Redskins' long-term plan, Schefter added citing another source. Yet right now, Washington is hitting the reset button, though it might not last long, a source cautioned. Washington has high hopes for the coming offseason, but for now, Griffin is coming off his most challenging NFL outing at San Francisco, where he was battererd in the pocket and struggled when he did have time to throw. It forced Washington to consider a change that is expected to become official Wednesday, when Gruden meets with reporters. On Monday, Gruden said he intended to start Griffin vs. the Colts, but he never fully committed to it. ... Stay tuned.