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Steve Smith Sr. shares interesting reason he won’t help players train this offseason

After announcing his retirement from the NFL following the 2016 season, Steve Smith Sr. is taking steps to ensure he remains sidelined for good. Among them, Smith Sr. isn’t taking on any projects that involve the game of football, including helping other players train. He spoke with Brad Hopkins of Sirius XM NFL Radio recently and divulged that running backs and receivers, both...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith explains unwillingness to help NFL players train

Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith was one of the best players in NFL history at his craft, but he is not going to spend time in retirement helping current players improve their game. Not yet, at least.In an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio this week, Smith revealed that he has received numerous calls from NFL receivers and defensive backs who want to watch film or...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Steve Smith to join NFL Network as an analyst

There’s a GIF of someone eating popcorn readily available all throughout the Internet. We envision that’s pretty much what every NFL fan and analyst is doing upon hearing this news.According to multiple media reports, former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith is joining the NFL Network as an analyst. The reports themselves have since been confirmed by both Smith and the league. Smith...
Via Sportsnaut
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith thanks Ravens fans with ad, signs it 'Ice Up Son!'

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith may still be capable of playing at a high level, but he is serious about calling it a career. The ad he took out in a newspaper thanking fans is further proof of that. In Friday morning’s edition of the Baltimore Sun, Smith paid tribute to Ravens fans for making him feel like part of the community in the short time he was there. Steve...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Ravens still holding out hope Steve Smith returns in 2017

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. said he was 89 percent sure he was going to retire after his final game in 2016. This letter he wrote to Commissioner Roger Goodell pretty much solidifies the veteran’s plans to hang up his cleats for good. Despite all this, the Ravens are still holding onto a thread of hope that Smith will play again in 2017, with owner Steve Bisciotti...
Via Sportsnaut
January 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Smith blasts officiating in Steelers-Dolphins game

Now that Steve Smith is retired, he can offer his unfettered thoughts on all things NFL, and he already has something to say about playoff officiating. Smith ripped the crew handling the wild-card game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Miami Dolphins, believing that they’d lost control of the game. Wow these Refs are garbage!!! Unbelievable game control — Steve Smith...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 08, 2017  |  Discuss

Smith announces retirement in cleverly-worded letter

Steve Smith told reporters that last Sunday’s Week 17 game against the Bengals would be the final one of his career, and it’ll be sad to see the All-Pro receiver hang up his cleats for good. Smith was one of the most entertaining players both on and off the field, and was also one of the most productive, as he ranks seventh on the NFL’s all-time receiving  list. It’s unclear...
Via The Sports Daily
January 06, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Smith explains what makes Patriots so tough to play against

Steve Smith engaged in some highly entertaining battles with the New England Patriots during his NFL career, which came to an end Sunday after 16 seasons. Two days after hanging up his cleats for good, he explained what made the Patriots such a difficult team to play against. “I hate to admit it, but the New England Patriots staff seems to have it all together,” Smith said...
Via NESN.com
January 04, 2017  |  Discuss

Emotional Steve Smith confirms retirement: ‘This is it’

Fighting back tears in his postgame interview with CBS, Baltimore wide receiver Steve Smith admitted on Sunday that the Ravens’ 27-10 loss to Cincinnati was the final NFL game he would ever play. The 37-year-old had previously said that he was likely going to retire after the season, and he confirmed his decision in the emotional interview. Steve Smith, tearing up as he's interviewed...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Smith: Ravens, Steelers rivalry filled with ‘hate’

There’s no love lost when the Steelers and Ravens square off on the football field. The two AFC North rivals have battled it out many times to decide division titles dating back to the turn of the century, and there’s a lot of passion and emotion left on the field after they play. Ravens receiver Steve Smith is pretty good at capturing the emotion and putting it into words,...
Via The Sports Daily
December 22, 2016  |  Discuss
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