Redskins To Sign Mark Sanchez, In Wake Of Alex Smith Injury

Nov 20, 2018, 01:48
Redskins To Sign Mark Sanchez, In Wake Of Alex Smith Injury

According to, the Redskins have chose to sign Mark Sanchez, who will serve as Colt McCoy's backup in Washington. Sanchez has worked with three of Washington's assistant coaches previously and has a short week ahead of him.

The Washington Redskins have signed free agent quarterback Mark Sanchez to back up Colt McCoy, according to multiple reports. He signed with Chicago in 2017 but did not play, and he remained unemployed in 2018, when he had to serve a four-game suspension for violating the league's PED policy.

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The Redskins quarterback broke both major bones in his right leg Sunday, ending his season, perhaps threatening his career and eerily echoing another horrific leg injury by a Redskins quarterback. He has started 72 regular-season games and six more in the postseason.

In four years with the New York Jets, who drafted him in 2009, Sanchez threw for a 56.7 completion percentage and 73.9 quarterback rating with 86 touchdowns and 86 interceptions.

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The injury was eerily similar to the one Joe Theisman experienced 33 years ago when Lawrence Taylor sacked the former Redskins QB. With McCoy's lifetime record of 7-18, it's likely Sanchez will see some time before the season is over, too.

There is no word on Smith's injury just yet, but if you were among the unfortunate group of people who watched in the injury happen on TV, then you are aware of how gruesome it was.

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