Washington Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy is out for the rest of the NFL season.

McCoy fractured his right fibula on Monday Night Football against the Philadelphia Eagles on a scramble on the final play of the first quarter. His leg whipped over as he was being tackled and hit Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins.

The 32-year old McCoy would finish the final two plays of the series before he was escorted to the locker room.

McCoy’s injury is the second for a Redskins’ QB over the past three weeks. Starter Alex Smith was lost for the year when he broke both his tibia and fibula in Week 11. A week later Mark Sanchez was signed to backup McCoy.

Sanchez went into Monday’s game following McCoy’s injury and on the first play handed it off to Adrian Peterson who took the ball 90 yards for a touchdown.

During the second half of the game, Sanchez would get a bit of retribution for his infamous butt fumble that occurred six years ago when he recovered a fumble with his butt. It is now being referred to as the butt fumble recovery.

Monday’s action was Sanchez’s first action since Jan. 1, 2017, when in Week 17 of the 2016 season, he made an appearance for the Dallas Cowboys against the Eagles here at Lincoln Financial Field.

Sanchez was suspended for the first four games of the 2018 season for violating the league’s policy for performance enhancing drugs. He was still a free agent at the time, but finally caught on with Washington, whose assistant coaches Matt Cavanaugh and Bill Callahan were members of the New York Jets’ staff when Sanchez entered the NFL in 2009.

Sanchez is the last healthy quarterback on Washington’s roster.