Alex Smith Contracts Infection After Surgery On Leg

According to Deadspin, Alex Smith is dealing with complications from an emergency surgery.
The Washington Redskins’ quarterback broke his leg weeks ago during a tackle while scrambling on a play.
The hit caused his tibia and fibula to break, and Smith was rushed to a hospital for surgery.
But now Smith is dealing with an infection in his leg.
The team released a statement indicating that Smith is still dealing with a serious injury.
Smith’s leg was broken on Nov. 18th in a game against the Houston Texans.


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Alex Smith Washington Redskins Breaks Leg

Texans vs. Redskins quarterback Alex Smith has leg broken during sack. Graphic Content.
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Joe Theismann ‘I turned away’ during Alex Smith’s leg injury

When Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith was lost for the season on Sunday after breaking the tibia and fibula in his right leg on a second half play against the Houston Texans, it immediately brought back memories of Joe Theismann and the similar injury he suffered while in a Washington uniform.

Incredibly, Smith’s injury happened 33 years to the day after Theismann’s. And for the former MVP, the bad memories came flooding back.

‘I turned away’
The 69-year-old Theismann was at FedEx Field for the game, and saw Smith go down. But he couldn’t watch more after that.
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