Quarterback Rex Grossman appeared in 13 games for the 5-11 Washington Redskins last season, tossing the ball for 3,151 yards and 16 touchdowns, along with 20 interceptions. It remains very unclear what the 'Skins plan to do at quarterback next season, but Grossman would like to return, according to ProFootballTalk.
"I definitely like the situation," Grossman said on SiriusXM Radio Wednesday, according to PFT. "I like playing for a team that has that much history and tradition and a fan base that cares that much and a coaching staff that is determined to get this thing right and an offense that I feel like suits me. A dream scenario for me would be to go back there and play consistently and play the way that I always thought I could for a whole season. That would be the dream scenario, but I also know that I've got to do what's best for myself and take the best opportunity that's out there. So we'll see what happens March 13."
The 31-year-old has been in the league since being selected by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 2003 draft out of Florida, where he had led the Gators to an SEC Championship.