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ST. LOUIS, Mo. The St. Louis Rams have signed free agent WR Steve Smith, the team announced Monday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Smith enters his sixth NFL season in 2012. He spent last season with the Philadelphia Eagles after four years with the New York Giants. He caught 11 passes in nine games last season before a knee injury cut his 2011 campaign short.
In 2009, Smith led the NFL with 107 receptions, which set a new Giants record. He also finished third in the league in receiving yards (1,220) and earned an invitation to the Pro Bowl. As a rookie, Smith played a key role in New Yorks win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII as he caught five passes for 50 yards.
Smiths career totals include 231 catches for 2,510 yards and 12 touchdowns. He entered the NFL as a second-round draft pick by the Giants in 2007.
A native of Woodland Hills, Calif., Smith was a standout at the University of Southern California prior t...
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According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis Rams have signed free agent wide receiver Steve Smith and tight end Mathew Mulligan.
Smith played for the Eagles in 2011 and was very limited after attempting to recover from microfracture surgery.
The Rams signed Smith to a one-year deal to find out if he’s finally healthy enough to make an impact.
The St. Louis Rams have agreed to terms with two players on Monday.
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Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports ex-Jets tight end Matthew Mulligan has agreed to a two-year contract and former New York Giants star slot receiver and ex-Eagles wide out Steve Smith has agreed to a one-year deal.
An undrafted rookie free agent out of Maine in ’08, Mulligan...
The St. Louis Rams have signed wide receiver Steve Smith, who spent last season with Philadelphia.
Smith, a 2009 Pro Bowler after making a team-record 107 catches as a member of the New York Giants, had nine catches in 11 games with the Eagles last season.
The five-year veteran has 231 career receptions and 12 touchdowns.
Smith will fill a need at wide receiver for the Rams,...
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Wide receiver Steve Smith has agreed to a one-year deal with the St. Louis Rams. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Smith was one of the best possession receivers in the NFL with the Giants before undergoing microfracture knee surgery in 2010, and was worth taking a flier on as the Rams have one of the weakest receiving corps in the NFL, even more so after Brandon...
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