Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith hasn’t abandoned hope of playing football again after suffering a devastating leg injury in November – even though he will have an external fixator on his right leg for at least another month.
But now Smith feels good enough to at least consider returning, even if multiple hurdles remain and the team views the possibility as a long shot.
Smith, 35, said he must wear the external fixator for at least another four to six weeks, which would put the total time in the contraption at around 7½ months. Smith remains realistic about his future.
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