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  1. Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith plans on playing in the NFL again after recovering from the compound fracture he suffered in November. In his first public comments ...

  2. Redskins' Alex Smith not giving up hope on returning to NFL

    NBC Sports via Yahoo SportsJun 21 13:28 PM

    After a compound leg fracture and infection, Redskins QB Alex Smith plans to one day make a comeback to the NFL..

  3. Redskins QB Alex Smith on playing again: 'That's the plan'

    The Associated Press via Yahoo SportsJun 21 19:03 PM

    Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith says he hopes to play football again but still needs to make basic progress like relearning how to run after breaking his right leg.

  4. Summer Weekend? Catch Up on The MMQB’s Best Content

    Sports Illustrated via Yahoo SportsJun 21 16:11 PM

    With a lot going on outside the NFL, it feels like a good time to reset and walk you through the last month or so of our coverage—just in case you've been locked in on the epic NBA and ...

  5. Washington used its first first-round draft pick in 2019 on quarterback Dwayne Haskins. The rookie has size and a big arm, though after a strong start in OTAs he reportedly showed some inconsistency ...

  6. How will 49ers share carries between multiple quality running backs?

    NBC Sports BayArea via Yahoo SportsJun 22 17:28 PM

    The 49ers have improved depth at running back, which could lead to a difficult weekly decision for coach Kyle Shanahan. Because of the movement skills a running back must possess, Jerick McKinnon ...

  7. Capitals Mailbag Part 2: Are the Caps good enough to go on another deep run?

    NBC Sports Washington via Yahoo SportsJun 20 13:14 PM

    It's time for a new Capitals mailbag! You can read Wednesday's Part 1 here. Have a Caps question you want to be answered in the next mailbag? From what I have heard, Gudas is a very nice guy ...

  8. Ben Roethlisberger, Russell Wilson Lead 2019 Regression Candidates

    Sports Illustrated via Yahoo SportsJun 20 23:25 PM

    Regression is too often treated as the end of the discussion when, in fact, it is the beginning. It can be tempting to see one outlier stat and assume regression, but that’s the fantasy sports ...