The Washington Redskins have hosted free agent quarterback Paxton Lynch on Monday, Matthew Paras of the Washington Times has reported.

Lynch had a disappointing summer with the Denver Broncos, which led to the team cutting the former first-round pick just before the 2018 NFL season. It was a disappointing exit from Denver for Lynch, especially when considering the fact that he just signed a four-year deal worth $9.47 million in 2017 with the Broncos only to find out a year later that he’s no longer wanted there.

Now, the search for a new home for the Memphis Tigers product, and his job hunt has taken him to Washington. The Redskins don’t have any pressing need to add another quarterback, as they have Alex Smith and Colt McCoy on the depth chart, so it’s also possible that Washington is simply looking at the potential of adding Paxton Lynch to its practice squad.

Prior to his workout with the Redskins, Lynch also had visits with the Buffalo Bills and the Detroit Lions. The Broncos also reportedly attempted to trade Lynch before releasing him, but the quarterback apparently did not generate enough interest for other teams to give up any assets in exchange for him.

Paxton, who was drafted by the Broncos 26th overall in 2016, has appeared in just five games and only has 792 passing yards and four touchdowns against four interceptions to show so far in his NFL career.