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Just hours after learning of his brother’s death, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver turned in an emotional performance for the ages as his Baltimore Ravens defeated the New England Patriots in the Sunday Night Football game.
Just before midnight on Saturday night, Smith’s younger brother, Tevin, was killed when he lost control of his motorcycle in Virginia. Torrey learned of his brother’s death around 2 AM on Sunday, yet told his team and coaches that he wanted to play. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told his receiver that it was entirely up to him as to if he felt he could play or not.
Smith knew that he wanted to play, but would only do so if he felt he could focus on the game and help his team win.
“Being a receiver, you have to have your mind clear,” Smith said. “You can’t have anything weighing on you. That’s going to cause you to drop the ball or have mistakes. I didn’t want to hurt my team.”
He did quite the opposite.
In a game for the ages in terms of true inspiration, Smith c...
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Prayers up for Baltimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith and his family. Smith’s younger brother Tevin (19) was killed in a single vehicle motorcycle crash late Saturday night. Tevin Chris Jones was riding his motorcycle on Route 672 in Westmoreland County in northeast Virginia when he ran off the right side of the roadway and struck [...]
Baltimore Ravens second year wide receiver Torrey Smith did what many of us could not do. Imagine you just lost your brother or sister in a tragic accident. Then imagine going to work only hours later, and then being the very best at your job.
That’s exactly what Smith did Sunday night against the New England Patriots, helping the team to a 31-30 comeback win in front of an emotional...
Torrey Smith took a knee and pointed to the sky after he hauled in a 25-yard touchdown reception from Joe Flacco. Smith, who is playing with a heavy heart because of the recent death of his younger brother, was then met by most of his teammates in an emotional scene after the catch.
Smith's brother, Tevin Chris Jones, died on early Sunday morning after being involved in a motorcycle...
Sunday morning Torrey Smith and his family received news of a tragic accident on Route 672 Chatham Lane in the Montross area of Virginia. 19-year-old Tevin Jones, Smith’s younger brother, would not be coming home after a tragic motorcycle accident.
Via the Baltimore Sun:
According to Virginia State Police Sgt. Thomas J. Molnar, state police responded to the crash just...
BALTIMORE - - Tragedy befell Ravens’ wide receiver, Torrey Smith, Sunday morning when he received the call no one wants to get – his younger brother, 19-year old Tevin Jones, had been killed in a motorcycle accident.Coach John Harbaugh was understandably going to allow Smith to sit out of their showdown with the New England Patriots so his star wideout could deal with an emotionally...
Torrey Smith showed up at the stadium tired and drained, unsure if he would suit up for the Baltimore Ravens.
No one would have blamed him if he didn't. After all, his younger brother had died in a motorcycle accident less than 24 hours earlier.
Smith opted to play, and the second-year wide receiver caught touchdown passes of 25 and 5 yards to help the Ravens beat the New England...
The brother of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith has
been killed in a motorcycle accident.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith was a one-man wrecking crew Sunday vs the Patriots.
Torrey Smith turned in an emotional and sensational performance under very difficult circumstances.
His teammates on the Baltimore Ravens helped make it a winning effort.
Rookie Justin Tucker kicked a 27-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Ravens a 31-30 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday night in a rematch of the AFC championship game.
Smith started and scored...
Playing after the death of his brother Tevin Jones, second-year wide receiver Torrey Smith caught a 25-yard pass from Joe Flacco for the Ravens first points of the night.
The Ravens now trail the Patriots 13-7 in the second quarter.
Torrey Smith scored a touchdown midway through the second quarter. While a flag was thrown, a bunch of people on Twitter applauded the refs for picking up the flag because to do otherwise would have been dickish, apparently. That’s right, anyone going through emotional strife is just awarded touchdowns since people feel bad for them. The Saints next week will field 53 cancer widows...