- The Washington Times - Monday, May 20, 2019

Linebacker Reuben Foster suffered a knee injury on the second play of 11-on-11s at the Washington Redskins‘ first OTA practice of the spring and had to be carted off the field.

Coach Jay Gruden and president Bruce Allen were among those who ran onto the field and attended to Foster when he went down. Trainers stabilized his knee with some sort of brace:

Monday marked the first time Foster was able to practice with the Redskins since the team claimed him off waivers from San Francisco last season. Foster was placed on the commissioner exempt list while being investigated for a domestic violence charge in November 2018.



The Florida state attorney’s office dropped those charges in January, and the NFL reinstated him later on with a fine of just two game checks.

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