#Redskins QB Alex Smith is still wearing an external fixator nearly six months since his leg injury. This is one guy I’ve been praying for constantly. @wusa9 @WUSA9sports ( IG: @WillyPDcrealtor) pic.twitter.com/K084iZ2HZa
— Darren M. Haynes (@DarrenMHaynes) May 17, 2019
Just saw Alex Smith coming out of weight room at the team facility. Still has the cast around lower calf and the stabilizer holding it in place, but he’s walking and moving well. In good spirits and everything. #HTTR
— Rhiannon Walker (@InstantRHIplay) May 20, 2019
Alex Smith at day 3⃣ of OTAs supporting his teammates. pic.twitter.com/vompSPRgxY
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) May 23, 2019
While Smith, now 35, probably won’t be playing for the Redskins again anytime soon (or any team for that matter), especially with Washington drafting Haskins, he will still cost them $20.4 million worth of salary-cap space next season and $21.4 million in 2020, even if he doesn’t play.
One storyline to follow for 2019: The #Redskins are planning as if they won’t have QB Alex Smith next season, sources say. They believe he’ll miss the entire season with his broken leg issues and are acting accordingly. If he’s ready, they will be pleasantly surprised.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 27, 2019
That being said, it’s still very cool to see him moving around and in such good spirits back around his teammates.
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