The Seattle Seahawks competition for wide receiver just got a little more crowded. According to a report by John Boyle of the Herald of Everett, the Seahawks have just signed former Washington Huskies wide receiver Kevin Smith:
“Smith, who is listed at 5-11, 214 pounds, had 50 catches for 765 yards and four touchdowns as a senior… Like any undrafted rookie, Smith has an uphill...
Adam Jude of the Seattle Times reports that the Seahawks are signing WR Kevin Smith to a contract.
Smith signed with the Cardinals an undrafted free agent out of Washington following this year’s NFL Draft. However, he lasted just a matter of weeks before the team placed him on waivers.
The Jaguars claimed him, but they too waived him after just a few weeks.
Back in 2011, Smith...
According to John Oehser of Jaguars.com, Jacksonville has claimed WR Kevin Smith off of waivers from the Cardinals.
The Jaguars subsequently waived long snapper Trevor Gillette in a corresponding move to free up a roster spot.
Smith signed with the Cardinals an undrafted free agent out of Washington following this year’s NFL Draft. However, he lasted just a matter of weeks...
Steve Sarkisian knows No. 16 Washington can't dwell on what happened at Stanford last weekend with No. 2 Oregon visiting Seattle on Saturday.
Sarkisian tried to move on Monday from the Huskies' 31-28 loss to the Cardinal.
But before looking ahead to Oregon, Sarkisian had to address a debated replay review that overturned a fourth-down reception by Kevin Smith on Washington...
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October 07, 2013