Redskins going back to Grossman

The Washington Redskins will reportedly start Rex Grossman at quarterback for Sunday's game against Miami.

Grossman started the first five games for the Redskins this season, but was replaced by former Dolphins quarterback John Beck during a Week 6 loss to Philadelphia. Grossman threw four interceptions in the 20-13 setback to the Eagles, which started the Redskins on their current four-game losing streak.

Beck hasn't fared much better in his three starts, throwing four interceptions and two touchdown passes.

In all, Grossman has completed 55.8 percent of his passes for 1,132 yards with six touchdowns and nine interceptions this season. Beck has connected on 60.6 percent of his throws for 858 yards with two TDs and four picks.