Here's the hit on Kyle Allen that led to Alex Smith's return to an NFL field
Here's the hit on Allen that led to Smith's return to an NFL field that originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
What people first thought would never happen, then thought that it might happen someday, then thought that it might happen soon, actually happened on Sunday.
Alex Smith took an NFL field.
Unfortunately, this is what Smith - who took up as the backup quarterback in Washington on Sunday - had to do after that hit knocked Kyle Allen out of the game:
Allen went to the bench immediately after the game that was marked. Soon after, he left the sidelines for additional treatment.
And then Smith put on his helmet and stepped on the grass of the FedEx field to take meaningful action.
You will get a hundred more stories about it. As you read each one, take a moment and see what Smith has been working on.
Hopefully everyone is fine, of course. Playing again with a shoulder injury was found questionable. Meanwhile, this is Smith's offense, now it's Smith's season, and most importantly, it's the making of Smith's comeback. Impressive.
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