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E60 to air “Project 11”, a behind-the-scenes look at Alex Smith’s injury and recovery

This Friday, ESPN’s E60 will air “Project 11”, a one-hour all-access documentary about Alex Smith’s rehab and recovery from a gruesome 2018 leg injury. ESPN released a few clips from the program along with details as to what the show will be covering. Just over 17 months ago, NFL veteran Alex Smith suffered a severely broken leg while playing quarterback for the Washington Redskins. The story of how bad his injury was, including his battles with post-operative infection, of how doctors and Smith’s family had to make life-changing decisions, and of his intense recovery and rehabilitation, has never been fully told until now. In a special edition of E60, “Project 11” will document Smith’s riveting story, from lightly recruited high school quarterback to battle-tested former No. 1 draft pick fighting his way back from an injury that almost cost him everything.

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https://awfulannouncing.com/espn/e60-to-air-project-11-a-behind-the-scenes-look-at-alex-smiths-injury-and-recovery.html

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