According to a report on ESPN.com Sunday night, the Washington Redskins have actively looked into trading former Baylor star and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III to another team.
Although coaches and the general manager's office are looking to unload the quarterback, team ownership is said to be resistant to the idea, according to ESPN's sources.
Washington has not had much interest from other teams, the report said.
Griffin missed Saturday's exhibition game at Baltimore because of a concussion, reversing an earlier decision to let him play.
Backups Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy both led the team on touchdown drives in the team's 31-13 win over the Ravens.