Optimism is low for Alex Smith to play vs. Panthers after experiencing ‘soreness’ in calf
The most important day for any NFL player recovering from an injury is always the day they really make an effort. For Washington quarterback Alex Smith, that day was Saturday after the veteran was in full practice on Friday, doing the majority of the first-team reps while working back from a calf strain.
According to Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Smith was pretty sore from work on Saturday, and while he still has a chance to play on Sunday, optimism about what would leave QB Dwayne Haskins as the man to watch is waning should.
Haskins spent much of the week doing the first-team reps in practice in preparation for Sunday's game, but there were some questions about whether or not Smith might try. Although we don't know for sure yet, the arrow appears to be pointing to # 7 and not # 11 for the start against the Panthers.
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