History seems to be repeating itself with Washington Football Team running back Keith Marshall. On Saturday he suffered a torn patella tendon in his left knee that will place him on the sideline before the season starts.
Marshall just spent all of 2016 on the injured reserve list as a rookie and his comeback for the 2017 season looked promising according the Washington Football Team coaching staff.
With his NFL career on the line before it’s even started, things are not looking too good for the former Georgia Bulldogs standout. Running back Joe Yearby will take Marshall’s place in training for the upcoming season.