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Alex Smith makes first public appearance since injury with apparatus on leg

Redskins Wire logo Redskins Wire 1/22/2019 Ananth Pandian
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Since he suffered a season-ending leg injury in November, Redskins quarterback Alex Smith has mainly kept to himself and hasn't made any public appearances. That all changed on Monday.

The Redskins quarterback was spotted at the Washington Wizards' 101-87 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Monday. Smith even visited the Wizards in the locker room after the game. He was wearing a large apparatus on his injured leg, which was also heavily bandaged.

It is still unclear how Smith is progressing but overall, it's good to see that he is able to be somewhat mobile and enjoy the Wizards win their second game in a row.


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