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Ravens want to see Marlon Brown break out this season

The Baltimore Ravens drafted wide receiver Breshad Perriman in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft. However, that does not mean third-year wide receiver Marlon Brown should be discounted this season. During the team’s offseason activities, head coach John Harbaugh had Brown lining up opposite veteran Steve Smith Sr. on the first-team offense. Harbaugh spoke about what they expect...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith Catches the Long Ball for a Touchdown in Practice

For some odd reason the Carolina Panthers thought wide receiver Steve Smith was getting a little too old so they got rid of him prior to last season. He went on to have a stellar year for the Baltimore Ravens, and made sure to let the Panthers know they made a mistake whenever possible.The question now is whether it was just because he was ultra-focused because he was angry or if...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Ravens' Steve Smith giving off clues of retirement?

When Steve Smith signed with the Ravens last year, there were questions over whether he would play out all three years of his contract. Now at 36, Smith seems to be soaking up every bit of the NFL experience, knowing that his career is winding down. The 14-year veteran acknowledged last week that he doesn't plan on playing into his 40s, and he even discussed things he wants to do...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith compares Ravens rookie to Randall Cobb

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith is looking for some more help after the team lost Torrey Smith in free agency. The selection of Breshad Perriman in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft may help, but it appears that Smith has his eyes set on another Ravens rookie. Speaking up about undrafted rookie receiver DeAndre Carter, the veteran had this to say: “I like (that...
Via Sportsnaut
May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Smith Sr. is undefeated against ‘father time’ (video)

Baltimore Ravens veteran receiver Steve Smith Sr. is now 36 years of age and entering into his 15th NFL season. While most players that age have fallen victim to ‘father time,’ Smith refuses to let that become his reality. His work ethic, his big heart on the field and God-given talent has kept him looking young on the field and has kept his mouth moving off the field as usual...
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May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Smith Waits Until His Birthday to Deal with Twitter Troll

In football years, some may consider Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver Steve Smith, 36, “old.” In real life, that is not even mid-life crisis mode. However, Smith is not one to mess with when it comes to badmouthing and trolling him on social media. While the date of this tweet is unknown, Smith proudly waited until his birthday to address it. Been waiting for the right time...
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May 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Ravens tell Steve Smith to 'take a nap'

Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver Steve Smith’s first season with his new team was an overall success. Knowing so, Smith even showed excitement about playing for the Ravens next season. Wanting Smith to slow down a bit and take some time to think about things, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh had some suggestions for Smith regarding the upcoming offseason...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Smith and former teammate almost come to blows

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith doesn’t take guff. On Saturday, that character trait was on full display following a tough 35-31 loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. On his way to the Ravens’ team bus, Smith approached former Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins, who was also a teammate of Smith’s in 2002 and ’03 with the Carolina Panthers. Wiggins...
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January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Smith has classic response to stamina question

  If there was a post-game quote Hall of Fame, Steve Smith would be on the first ballot.   The fiery Baltimore Ravens wide receiver has provided some gems over the course of his NFL career, and as we found out Sunday, he hasn’t changed one bit. Smith had been a bit under the weather in the week leading up to Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Naturally...
December 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Steve Smith gets into it with Dolphins fan

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith is not one to shy away from a fight. And when one Miami Dolphins fan heckled him with four-letter words on the way to the locker room during halftime of Sunday’s AFC matchup—which the Ravens won, 28-13—Smith made sure to give him a piece of his mind. “Come on, jump over. All I need is one hit!”...
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December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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