Alex Smith's Career in Jeopardy Following Scary Complications From Leg Surgery

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Washington released a statement on Smith's condition on Thursday morning.

The 34-year-old was already believed to be facing a lengthy recovery before the infection.

Alex Smith has suffered a postoperative infection in his leg. Smith underwent surgery on his borken tibia and fibula. The site reported that Smith's post-operative infection could require "partial reconstruction".

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Trauma surgeons discovered Smith suffered a spiral fracture in his leg, defined as a long bone broken by a rotational force.

More than two full weeks after undergoing emergency surgery to fix a broken tibia and fibula suffered on November 18 against the Houston Texans, Washington quarterback Alex Smith is reportedly still in the hospital dealing with complications. "Although this is a serious injury, Alex and his family remain strong".

As an aside, that Smith's hospital room was next to Colt McCoy's - McCoy broke his leg on Monday night - says quite a bit about the Redskins right now.

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