Alex Smith’s wife post video of him running, training on 1-year anniversary of broken leg

Images show Washington Redskins Quarterback Alex Smith training after he suffered a broken leg. (Elizabeth Smith/Instagram)

It’s been 365 days since Washington Redskins Quarterback Alex Smith’s world came to a halt after he suffered a broken leg against the Houston Texans.

But on the one-year anniversary of his serious injury, the quarterback’s wife Elizabeth Smith posted a video showing the 35-year-old running and training.

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Alex Smith remains on the Redskins’ Physically Unable to Perform list but has made it clear he wants to play football again.

"Stuff happens to everybody - life happens. I feel like for me this is a time for me to be tested and I have this challenge in front of me and how can I handle it," Alex Smith told FOX 5’s Angie Goff in an interview earlier this summer.

Elizabeth Smith’s video shows the quarterback weight training, working on his three-step drop and sprinting on a treadmill as people cheer him on.

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Alex Smith, the former first-overall draft pick, broke his right tibia and fibula on a sack by Kareem Jackson during the third quarter of the team’s 23-21 loss to the Houston Texans in Week 11 of the 2018 season.

Before Smith suffered the injury, he had led Washington to a 6-3 record. Since his injury, the Redskins have only won two games.

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