Alex Smith and the Washington Redskins

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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
10:43 AM - 20 May 2019


retire..pls...please..
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Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.
[ Edited by hofer36 on May 24, 2019 at 12:21 AM ]
Possible future coach. Be a good one imo.
Originally posted by hofer36:
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Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

Geez. What an a-hole. No wonder so many people here hate him and/or cheer for his failure.
He'll make a good coach if he ever decides to go through the grind. Maybe QB coach, and then OC Alex Smith. 5 years, 5 different teams to finally get there
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Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by hofer36:
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Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

Geez. What an a-hole. No wonder so many people here hate him and/or cheer for his failure.

Lol exactly. Many here will stop at nothing to belittle the guy and hate r everything about him but s**t like this is why he's one of my favorite athletes ever and why I stick up for the dude. It's so weird that there are some here that have some stupid obsessive fetish to try to ruin that for others.

Nobody thinks the guy is Aaron Rodgers or an all time great. Alex is his own identity and style. Is it pretty all the time? No. I even find myself expecting more. Is it terrible football? Definitely no as well. He's just a different QB that has won everywhere he's went after some early extremely trying hardships. The dude is a great story and an even better human. At the end of the day I hope he retires but I wouldn't put it past him to play another 5 years. Starter or backup.
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Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by hofer36:
from nfl.com

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

Geez. What an a-hole. No wonder so many people here hate him and/or cheer for his failure.

ahem...

Let's not crank that handle. OK?
Originally posted by hofer36:
from nfl.com

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

He's like a QB version of a cuckold.
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by hofer36:
from nfl.com

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

Geez. What an a-hole. No wonder so many people here hate him and/or cheer for his failure.

ahem...

Let's not crank that handle. OK?

Lol he keeps saying that and its getting annoying. Besides that KP guy who got banned, does anybody really hate him or wish for his failure?

Seriously, put a name already, nfn, and back it up with proof. Enough with your bs posts of people wish harm on Alex just bc their dick doesnt get hard when hes mentioned.

Nvm. No need to argue - my point was proved by the last two posts.

Hoping Smith recovers and retires. Class actions from a class act.
[ Edited by NineFourNiner on May 25, 2019 at 7:11 AM ]
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[ Edited by Jiks on May 25, 2019 at 7:31 AM ]
Originally posted by English:
Possible future coach. Be a good one imo.

Agree
Originally posted by Jiks:
Lol exactly. Many here will stop at nothing to belittle the guy and hate r everything about him but s**t like this is why he's one of my favorite athletes ever and why I stick up for the dude. It's so weird that there are some here that have some stupid obsessive fetish to try to ruin that for others.

Nobody thinks the guy is Aaron Rodgers or an all time great. Alex is his own identity and style. Is it pretty all the time? No. I even find myself expecting more. Is it terrible football? Definitely no as well. He's just a different QB that has won everywhere he's went after some early extremely trying hardships. The dude is a great story and an even better human. At the end of the day I hope he retires but I wouldn't put it past him to play another 5 years. Starter or backup.

Excellent post!
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by hofer36:
from nfl.com

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues his road to recovery from a gruesome broken right leg suffered in 2018.
But the rehabilitation process hasn't prevented him from stopping by the practice field to check out his teammates putting in work during organized team activities.
The Redskins on Thursday tweeted photos of Smith on the field, including one with him preparing to throw a football.
The published photos are high with the legs out of the shots, so it is unclear if Smith is sporting an air cast or walking boot, or wearing a protective sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg.
Nevertheless, seeing Smith on the field supporting his teammates during OTAs certainly provides a feel-good moment when considering what he endured since suffering the injury in Week 11 of the past season.
While Smith recovers, he will be around to help out the quarterbacks room and especially rookie signal-caller Dwayne Haskins.
And there's little doubt that learning from Smith will eventually pay off for a young quarterback.
While with the San Francisco 49ers, Smith worked with Colin Kaepernick. In Kansas City, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes absorbed knowledge from Smith in 2017 before taking over as the Chiefs starting quarterback in 2018.

Geez. What an a-hole. No wonder so many people here hate him and/or cheer for his failure.

People here knew he was far to big of a project to go number one overall, especially and Bill Walsh was all about taking Rodgers. In fact i think Walsh went to hospice the following year and Aaron was the LAST QB he touted.

People are pissed because the Cal kid was the 49ers QB, it was destined...but the 49ers were in a screw "that generation" mode and wanted to relive the 70s.

Having said that Alex Smith is a class act. Like a really good dude. I am shocked at well he handles life and the adversities.
[ Edited by Dshearn on May 26, 2019 at 10:23 PM ]
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