Report: Washington Redskins QB Colt McCoy Fractures Fibula in MNF Game Against Eagles

The QB situation has gone from bad to worse for the Redskins, as Colt McCoy went to the locker room after suffering a lower leg injury in the second quarter against the Eagles Monday night.

The quarterback was ruled out by the team before the second half began. Mark Sanchez is replacing McCoy under center. Sanchez has not played in a regular-season game since January 2017.

McCoy was a perfect 4 for 4 with 50 passing yards on two drives at the time of his departure.

Lisa Salters from ESPN is reporting that McCoy has a fractured right fibula, which would end his 2018 season.

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