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Steelers Film Room: Ravens Sack Breakdown

A closer look at the four sacks allowed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week Four. 1. 3rd and 5, 7:35 2nd. 12 personnel. Seven block against a five man rush. Linebacker Daryl Smith, #51, is going to blitz and eventually slide down two gaps. It’s five blockers to that side,... The post Steelers Film Room: Ravens Sack Breakdown appeared first on Steelers Depot by Alex Kozora. Go Steelers...
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Baltimore Ravens re-sign MLB Daryl Smith

Daryl Smith was Pro Football Focus’ 2nd ranked 4-3 outside linebacker in 2011, but missed most of the 2012 season with injury and was undervalued on the open market, coming from Jacksonville and going into his age 31 season. The Ravens wisely snatched him up and plugged him in at Ray Lewis’ old spot at middle linebacker. Smith proved to be a great addition, providing an upgrade...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Free agency day four: Smiths of different sizes

After day three went by with the Ravens only bringing back special teamer/safety Jeromy Miles, day four brought a lot more excitement. The Ravens were a busy team today, and set themselves up nicely for the rest of the offseason. Hits - The first big news of the day came when Adam Schefter announced that the Ravens agreed to a deal with ILB Daryl Smith. Smith was the leading tackler...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Agree to 4-year deal with Daryl Smith

The transition from the Ray Lewis era went smoother than most fans anticipated, largely thanks to the offseason addition of Daryl Smith. The former Jacksonville Jaguar finished the season as the Ravens’ leading tackler with 123 combined stops, five sacks, three interceptions and 19 pass deflections. As one may infer, he was an integral part of the defense’s production and just...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Hoping To Re-Sign ILB Daryl Smith, But An Agreement Isn’t Imminent

  Aaron Wilson reports that although the Ravens view ILB Daryl Smith as a “priority,” an agreement is not imminent at this point in time. Baltimore has maintained that they would like to have Smith back next season, but progress has been slow and it appears as though Smith will field offers on the open market. Smith, 31, has done enough this season to warrant a multi-year contract...
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March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Ravens View ILB Daryl Smith As A Priority Signing

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens now view free agent ILB Daryl Smith a priority signing, now that they’ve locked up TE Dennis Pitta to a long-term deal. Wilson adds that a new contract is not imminent at this time. Re-signing LT Eugene Monroe figures to be priority No. 1, especially after they parted with draft compensation early last season to get...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Daryl Smith Hoping To Re-Sign With The Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens found one of the best bargains in last year’s free agent market when they signed veteran ILB Daryl Smith to a one-year contract worth just $2.125 million. Smith would go on to led the Ravens with 123 tackles, while also contributing five sacks, three interceptions a staggering 19 pass deflections this season. He told reporters that he is hoping to return...
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December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

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