Sunday, May 03, 2020

Better Kansas City Football Fans Are Inspired By The Alex Smith Story

An all around class act gave an important speech college graduation speech recently . . . And local sports fans tear up whilst watching the story of his incredible sports journey that continues . . . Checkit:


Alex Smith's comeback: Inside the fight to save the QB's leg and life

On Nov. 18, 2018, Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith was injured in the third quarter of a Week 11 game against the Houston Texans. The injury was severe. This is a first-person account, from Smith's wife, Elizabeth, to ESPN's Stephania Bell, of the untold story of what happened next.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Endless babbling about tenants rights (they don't have any) and the financial struggles of the KC Airport (again, it doesn't have financial issues); but no value in pointing out the obvious, football will cease to exist. The stadiums will be empty. The owners of the football teams will go broke.. The hero worship of the boy with big hair will end.

Anonymous said...

^^ Agreed.
Look how little time it took to forget that Major League Baseball exists.