Washington reportedly signed a prominent quarterback on Tuesday

The Washington Commanders are adding a seasoned quarterback to their practice squad.

According to ESPN's Jon Chem, the team is going to sign former New York Giants quarterback Jake Froome.

Fromm started two games for the Giants in 2021 when Daniel Jones was injured.

He lost both starts and threw only 210 yards, 

plus a touchdown pass and three interceptions. Before staying with the Giants, 

Froome was Georgia's starting quarterback from 2017–19. 

He finished with 8,224 yards, 78 touchdowns, and 18 interceptions, while also completing 63% of his passes.

Taylor Heinicke is set to start in his place while Sam Howell will be his backup.