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.
Steve Smith has been firm in saying that he is retired from the NFL, but there is at least one person associated with the Baltimore Ravens still hoping for a change of heart.
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 refereeing.
Fighting back tears in his postgame interview with CBS, Baltimore wide receiver Steve Smith admitted that the Ravens’ 27-10 loss to Cincinnati was the final NFL game he would ever play.
With Steve Smith likely playing his final NFL game on Sunday, Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera would like to see a ceremonial retirement to the team that brought him into the NFL.
Steve Smith has once again proven that he can escape Father Time’s grasp for longer than most NFL players, as the Baltimore Ravens receiver is having yet another productive season in 2016.
Steve Smith Sr. likes to entertain on and off the field.
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict and Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. got into it on Sunday, and Smith came out of it with all the punishment.