[L]ike Campbell and Brennan, Collins has had a year in the system and entering the second year of a three-year deal valued at $9 million, will look to remain entrenched as the insurance policy should Campbell go down. If Brennan were to beat Collins out for the job, however, it'd be difficult to see the Redskins keeping a third-string quarterback with a $3 million per year price tag. Enter Chase Daniel. Daniel was brought in as an undrafted free agent after a prolific college career at Missouri. Like Brennan, there are questions about his size and whether he benefited from a wide open, spread offense that inflated his numbers. But like Brennan, he has shown the ability to win and was very accurate in college. ... If I were to guess, I'd imagine a Campbell, Collins, Brennan depth chart in Week 1, with Daniel on the practice squad.The Washington Post's Redskins Insider, on the Washington QB battle.