Kyle Allen: Washington quarterback dislocates left ankle in loss to New York Giants | NFL News

first_img– Advertisement – Kyle Allen will undergo an MRI on Monday; injury occurred as Allen was sacked by New York safety Jabrill Peppers, who apologised for the leg-whip; Smith deputised and threw his first touchdown since November 2018 Last Updated: 09/11/20 7:07am Allen’s injury made for an emotional moment for Alex Smith, who returned to action from his own serious leg injury last month after sustaining a compound fracture of his right tibia and fibula in November 2018.“A ton of emotions going on for me right then,” Smith said. “I knew Kyle was down and knew it was serious once he stayed down. You get ready to roll and all of a sudden you see them bringing out an air cast and the cart. I know that routine well. I’m trying to lock it in, but feeling for Kyle.” “I get it. I’ve been there in that situation. Peppers is a heck of a football player. He plays 100 miles an hour.” Washington Football Team quarterback Kyle Allen dislocated his left ankle and sustained a small fracture during the first quarter of his team’s 23-20 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.Allen suffered what is expected to be a season-ending injury with 1:04 remaining in the first quarter and is set to undergo an MRI scan on Monday.The injury occurred as he was sacked by New York safety Jabrill Peppers, who apologised for the leg-whip and insisted there was no intent to injure Allen. Peppers was handed a roughing the passer penalty. Alex Smith threw his first touchdown pass in almost two years on Sunday Alex Smith threw his first touchdown pass in almost two years on Sunday

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