The Washington Football Team began its rookie minicamp on Friday. The team was missing one thing, a quarterback that was eligible to play.
At the time, there were no quarterbacks on its roster eligible to participate in the camp. Steven Montez, an undrafted rookie in 2020, is ineligible due to service time.
In need of a fill-in for the two-day event, the team called on another BattleHawks QB Jordan Ta’amu.
Ta’amu beat out current WFT QB Taylor Heinicke for the starting role in St Louis, but now the roles are reversed. Since this is a rookie minicamp, Heinicke is not in attendance.
The Kansas City Chiefs recently waived Ta’amu. The WFT has Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kyle Allen, Heinicke, and Montez on their roster for the 2021 season.
Maybe with a good showing, he could land on the practice squad. He has two days to show the team what he has.
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