Mark Sanchez will get another chance to hold a clipboard.
Per Rapoport, the Washington workout included such luminaries as EJ Manuel, Kellen Clemens, T.J. Yates and Josh Johnson.
Landing on Sanchez isn't a surprise. The 32-year-old quarterback is familiar with several of Washington's assistants dating back to his run with the New York Jets. Redskins OC Matt Cavanaugh was Sanchez's QB coach from 2009-2012; offensive line coach Bill Callahan was with N.Y. at the time; and current passing game coordinator Kevin O'Connell was a Jets' backup QB for two years when Sanchez helmed the squad.
Sanchez languished on the free-agent market after serving a four-game PED suspension to start the season. He spent 2017 caddying for Mitch Trubisky in Chicago, and 2016 as a backup in Dallas. The nine-year pro last started a game in 2015 for the Philadelphia Eagles.