Colt McCoy had leg surgery again: reports
Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy underwent another leg procedure this spring, but is expected to be fine for OTAs, according to multiple reports.
McCoy was seen on crutches at the Colton of The Americas, an IndyCar event in Austin, Texas, leaving people to wonder what happened. The 32-year-old had surgery in December after breaking his leg against the Philadelphia Eagles, but was walking around fine near the end of the season.
As it turns out, The Athletic reported McCoy had another procedure that was “more of the ‘preventative maintenance’ sort.”
Colt McCoy, whos been spotted on crutches, did indeed have another surgery on his right leg, which he broke in December. The procedure was more of the preventative maintenance sort, Im told, and hes expected to be ready when the #Redskins offseason program begins. Tarik El-Bashir (@Tarik_ElBashir) March 25, 2019
Colt McCoy is on crutches pic.twitter.com/HDnfMFfzsA Redskinstoday (@redskinstoday_) March 24, 2019
Following up on @Tarik_ElBashirs report:Per Jay Gruden here in Phoenix: Colt McCoy had a small procedure within the last couple of days. He will be good to go by OTAs. Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) March 25, 2019
McCoy is expected to compete with newly acquired Case Keenum for the Redskins’ starting job in 2019.