The offseason is always filled with media fluff and puff pieces and lots of coachspeak, so take this with a lot of grains of salt even though Quinn has everything it takes to succeed, especially coming from the mouth of a Gruden: Coach Jay Gruden said he's "excited for" second-year WR Trey Quinn and is "ready to watch him jump into the slot role and dominate the position." After Jamison Crowder left for the Jets as a free agent, Gruden mentioned Quinn as an option in the slot. But it sounds like he's more than just an "option"; Quinn sounds like the heavy favorite with the job his to lose. Quinn suffered a high-ankle sprain in September as a rookie and missed a large chunk of the season on I.R. before returning in November only to get injured again. The issue seems to be behind him. Quinn has elite short-area quicks and had the lowest drop rate among all receivers in last year's draft class. He should mesh well with Case Keenum.