STEVE SMITH RUMORS & GOSSIP
The New England Patriots needed a wide receiver after the 2013 season but failed to land Steve Smith. Blame it on the New England weather.
The longtime Carolina Panthers wide receiver became a free agent after the team released him in March 2014 and immediately garnered interest from the Patriots, who reportedly reached out to the All-Pro.
Smith, of course...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Baltimore Ravens weren’t the best playoff matchup for the New England Patriots on paper, but Darrelle Revis can’t be complaining.
The Patriots cornerback has dominated Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receivers Steve Smith and Torrey Smith in previous matchups.
Steve Smith has caught just two passes for 21 yards on 10 targets while being guarded by...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Baltimore Ravens and WR Steve Smith have reached agreement.
According to Schefter, Smith receives a three-year contract
Smith reportedly had interest from the Cowboys, Patriots, Ravens, Buccaneers and Chargers.
Baltimore re-signed Jacoby Jones, but were still in need of another receiver. It seems like a good fit given that Smith...
Early Thursday morning, the painful but not surprising announcement came that veteran wide receiver Steve Smith had been cut.
It’s not a move that every member of Panther nation agrees on but one thing is for sure: time only moves forward. And with that concept in mind, let’s take a look at what this decision means for Carolina’s receivers. Mainly, who will they be?
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Ravens have emerged as the favorites to sign former Panthers WR Steve Smith.
Smith reportedly had the the Cowboys, Patriots, Ravens, Buccaneers and Chargers, all on his list of teams to be traded to, but the Ravens have been the linked to Smith more than any other team.
Baltimore re-signed Jacoby Jones, but could still use another...
The days of Steve Smith as the face of the Carolina Panthers are over.
Smith, 34, was cut by the team on Thursday.
The move comes one day after the agent for Smith said that the wide receivers time with the club was nearing an end expressing disappointment.
“Where we are disappointed is the fact he signed an extension to stay loyal to the club and complete his career as a Panther...
Steve Smith almost certainly is headed to free agency, but he would have accepted a trade to the New England Patriots.
That’s according to Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer, who quoted a source Thursday saying the Patriots were one of five teams on a list of potential trade partners Smith gave to Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman last week.
The other teams...
On Thursday, the Carolina Panthers released wide receiver Steve Smith in a move that has been anticipated.
Smith, a five-time Pro Bowler, will be 35 in May and is coming off of a season that included him catching just 64 passes for 745 yards and four touchdowns. His 11.6 yards per catch average was the lowest it's been since 2007.
While Smith is undersized, he still should be good...
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Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, citing league sources, reports that the Ravens are expected to emerge as a “strong potential landing spot” Panthers veteran WR Steve Smith should if he were to be released.
Wilson adds that the Buccaneers would also make “a lot of sense” for Smith.
Ian Rapoport first reported that the Panthers are attempting to trade Smith on...