It's been one year since Washington Redskins Alex Smith suffered a devastating leg injury in a game against Houston Texas, which put his NFL career at risk. Doctors are reported to be amputating his leg. He also needed 17 surgeries to get to a place where he could take his feet off, according to the Washington Times.
ALEX SMITH OF WASHINGTON REDSKINS NEEDS 17 LEG SURGERY TO RECOVER FROM: OK to restore their husband to their home. The video was shared exactly one year after Alex Smith's devastating injury.
"November 18 … 1 year and so much to be thankful for," she captivated the video.
Smith led the Reds to a 6-4 record in his first season with the Redskins after he was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs before the start of the 201
FLASHBACK: WASHINGTON REDSKINS & # 39; ALEX SMITH DITCHES LEG BRACE 8 MONTHS AFTER THE SHIPPING RETURN  Washington and Smith agreed on a four-year, $ 94 million deal last season.
During a 13-year career spanning the Redskins, Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, he recorded 34,068 passing yards, 193 passing passes, and three Pro Bowl nominations.
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Smith said during the off-season that he plans to play football again. Washington currently has backups of Dwayne Haskins, Case Keenham and Colt McCoy on its roster.