STEVE SMITH RUMORS & GOSSIP
NEW ORLEANS (AP) Fate simply wasn't ready to give the New Orleans Saints a break from longtime nemesis Steve Smith.
The former Carolina Panthers receiver not only left the NFC South Division, but went to another conference when he chose to join the Baltimore Ravens in free agency last offseason.
The Ravens and Saints meet just once every four years, including on Monday night.
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Steve Smith is arguably the best quote-maker in the National Football League. The outspoken Baltimore Ravens wide receiver once again demonstrated that when it comes to witty remarks and provocative comments, few can match him as a skilled wordsmith. The Ravens pay a visit to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for a match-up with the New Orleans...Read More
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Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith has been a quote machine this season. Whether it is him discussing his dislike for the Carolina Panthers or he earning extra money for not getting into fights, you can always count on Smith giving a great quote.
With the Ravens scheduled to face the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football this week, Smith had another great quote for all of us...
Steve Smith might be one of the most candid players in the NFL. With politically correct answers being the norm, he is certainly a breath of fresh air. When explaining why he loves playing on Monday nights, Smith explained it like only he could.
“Family members get to see you play,” Smith said. “Ex-girlfriends, they wish they wouldn’t have dumped you.”
The Ravens will...
There’s nothing like using severance pay from a former employer for a nice family outing.
Steve Smith is always going to speak his mind, so it’s no surprise that he took some shots at the Carolina Panthers when he appeared on Tuesday’s Jim Rome on Showtime.
Asked by Rome what his response is to being called a distraction by the Panthers, Smith simply said “a $5 million...
The trash talk will be always be apparent on the field.
The Ravens held the Titans yesterday and basically dominated the game. In the 4th quarter, the score of the game was 21-7 and in clear favor of the Ravens. Steve Smith wanted to send a message to the Titans and body slammed their linebacker, Wesley Woodyard.
In the post game, here’s what Smith had to say:
Steve Smith is a renowned for his predilection for trash talk. The veteran Baltimore Ravens wide receiver has become notorious for his ability to dress down his opponents via the sometimes vulgar, but always intimidating, use of the spoken word. And Smith doesn’t only save his smack talk for when he’s on the field, either,...Read More
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Steve Smith didn’t do much running in the Ravens’ win over the Titans on Sunday, finishing with just 17 yards on three catches.
His mouth, though, ran plenty after the game.
Baltimore’s talkative veteran receiver ripped the Titans, whom he implied were soft, and linebacker Wesley Woodyard, who perhaps proved was soft.
“I body-slammed him, so I think that’s really a testament...
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."...
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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: