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Steve Smith: NFC South is a finesse division

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith continues to prove that he is not in danger of losing his edge at age 35. After getting into fights with two separate Atlanta Falcons players during Sunday’s win, the veteran was his usual animated self when speaking to reporters after the game. Smith, who spent the first 13...Read More
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Steve Smith quits Twitter with fantastic quote

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith usually doesn’t mince his words, is occasionally brash and sometimes doesn’t know when to stop. In the trash-talking game, Smith has few rivals among his peers. The guy can bring it. This is what makes him such a compelling presence on Twitter and why he presumably enjoyed engaging in […] The post Steve Smith quitting social media...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith retires from Twitter

You won’t  be hearing from Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. on Twitter anymore. “I’m done with it. I think technology can help you and it can hurt you,” he said Thursday in the Ravens locker room, via Smith is sick of the negativity of Twitter. “People are going to say what they want on Twitter. Internet courage is great,” Smith said...
Via Pro Football Zone
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith quits Twitter in the most Steve Smith fashion possible

It's a sad day for Steve Smith Sr.'s Twitter following and people everywhere who enjoy as much Smith brutal honesty and wit as possible. The Baltimore Ravens' veteran wide receiver told the Baltimore Sun that he was logging off for good. "I'll kill you on Twitter, so I had to stop," Smith said."Somebody would say something inappropriate to me, and...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith quitting Twitter, says “internet courage” like Cover-2

Thursday was a sad day for the internet. Steve Smith, Sr. announced to the Baltimore media that he would no longer indulge the public on Twitter.  So, the comedic genius who brought you, “Ice Up,” among others, is apparently retiring his keypad. steve smith said he will rarely use his twitter account anymore — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) October 16, 2014 Steve Smith on quitting...
Via cover32 - Ravens
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith quit Twitter to set better example for his kids

Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith is never at a loss for words and has provided us with many excellent soundbites during the course of his 14-year career. After torching his former team for 139 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-10 victory a few weeks ago, he told the Panthers to "mow his lawn" and said he ran around defenders "like they were schoolyard kids."...
Via The Sports Daily
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Ravens’ Steve Smith Sr. Explains Why He Has Quit Twitter

Ravens’ Steve Smith Sr. Explains Why He Has Quit Twitter What? No more Twitter without Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver, Steve Smith Sr. to follow? Smith explains why he has quit Twitter. Steve Smith is done with Twitter. Here's why: — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 16, 2014 According to … The post Ravens’ Steve...
Via Fantasy Football Chick
8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Smith tells Panthers to go home and mow his lawn

Ravens WR Steve Smith thoroughly enjoyed himself in Week 4. In the days leading up to the Ravens’ game against the Panthers, Smith made it a point to make it nearly impossible for Panthers media to the do their job. Then on Sunday, Smith carved up the Panthers to the tune of 7 catches, 139 yards, and 2 touchdowns. During the game, Smith was caught by Showtime’s cameras during...
Via No Guts, No Glory
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith burns old team with tip-catch touchdown

Steve Smith went to work on Sunday wearing a hat that said “I (Love) Haters,” and so far he’s backed up that bravado. The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver is getting the chance to take on his former team, the Carolina Panthers, for the first time, and he’s making his impact felt. Of course, he’s gotten some help, too. Smith got the scoring started in the second quarter after...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith corrects report about Panthers earnings

You might've read that the Panthers were on the hook for money owed to veteran receiver Steve Smith, whom the team released in March. You might've seen Smith, now with the Ravens, haul in an 80-yard touchdown in Baltimore's Week 1 loss to the Bengals. Combined, those facts led ProFootballTalk to tweet out the following on Sunday:
Via Helmet2Helmet
September 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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