"Um, you know, it's just whatever, man."
That sounds like what a teenager would tell his parents after returning from a day in high school. In reality, however, it's how Mason Foster described popping back his own dislocated shoulder before making the game-clinching interception Sunday vs. the Rams.
"It's just whatever, man."
Here's an understatement: Mason Foster is tough.
After forcing the decisive turnover late in the Redskins' Week 2 win over the Rams, Foster joined CSN's Redskins Extra and talked to JP Finlay about his eventful day.
"Everyone gets hurt, so, um, popped it back in, I still had the strength and everything, I dealt with one before —," Foster said (full video above), before Finlay interrupted him to remind him that fixing one's own dislocated shoulder isn't as casual as the linebacker was making it out to be.
"Strapped it down and I was good to go," Foster added, still totally nonchalant. "As long as I could tackle, I could play."
As he showed, not only was he able to tackle, he was able to catch, too. And after Ryan Grant's touchdown, it was easily Washington's most important grab of the day.