More bad news for Reuben Foster … the Washington Redskins LB was carted off the field Monday after suffering a scary injury during his first practice ever with the team.
Reporters on the scene say the ex-Alabama star — who the ‘Skins just picked up a few months ago after the 49ers cut him — injured his left leg during an on-field play.
Foster reportedly was pushed to the ground … and was in clear and obvious pain afterward — punching the grass and screaming out loud.
Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster was visibly in serious pain and carted off the field after an injury on Monday. pic.twitter.com/Ha6QnT4Owy
— NBC Sports Redskins (@NBCSRedskins) May 20, 2019
Trainers put Foster’s leg in a cast and carted him off the field … and it’s unclear right now how severe the injury is — but things don’t look good.
It’s another piece of bad news for Foster — who’s dealt with multiple issues the past two years including two separate domestic violence incidents as well as a marijuana arrest.
Foster appeared to have all his troubles behind him after signing with the Redskins back in November — the NFL said he would NOT be suspended after his most recent domestic violence arrest — and he looked poised to be a starter for Washington this season.
Story developing …