jimmy Smith Retiring

Wide receiver Jimmy Lee Smith Jr. (born February 9, 1969) played in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys and the Jacksonville Jaguars. At Jackson State University, he participated in collegiate football. He won consecutive Super Bowls with the Cowboys, both of which were victories over the Buffalo Bills.

Jimmy Smith Retirement

Jimmy Smith, a cornerback with the Baltimore Ravens, announced his retirement on Monday, citing his numerous injuries as the reason. He also expressed a desire for fans to remember Smith for the player he was. Yet, Smith said, “ultimately, I want them to remember — championship,” displaying his Super Bowl ring.

Smith, 34, spent 11 seasons with the Ravens, and he will be remembered for preventing a touchdown reception by Michael Crabtree on fourth down during the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII triumph over the San Francisco 49ers in February 2013. The game ended with a score of 34-31.

On Monday, coach John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens talked about the beginning of the 2012 season, when Smith was just getting back to full strength after suffering a sports hernia. Because Smith was unhappy with his lack of defensive involvement, Harbaugh promised him that he would “make the play that wins us the Super Bowl” if he persisted.

This is not a fabrication,” Smith emphasized. In other words, “I didn’t believe him.” Smith was selected by the Ravens with the 27th overall choice in the 2011 NFL Draft. Smith, who was known for his stature and ability to shut down elite wide receivers, concluded his career with 374 tackles, 74 pass deflections, 14 interceptions, and three touchdowns.

Smith explained that he was giving up because “ultimately, my body.” A lack of health prevented him from playing in the Pro Bowl. He was sidelined for a career-high 49 contests.

“Jimmy wants to be on the field,” Harbaugh remarked. “Even if he wasn’t at 100% all the time, his 80-90% was still superior to the 100% of the vast majority of guys. That pretty much sums it up.”

Smith noted that he stands out from a draft class that included Cam Newton, Von Miller, A.J. Green, Patrick Peterson, Julio Jones, and J.J. Watt because of a particular trait.

Possibly, “I have the draft class that might go down in Hall of Fame history,” Smith stated. “All of our star players have since moved on to other teams. In a way, I’m relieved that I was the one to see it through.”

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Due to scar tissue from an appendectomy he had in Dallas, he had to have three separate, arduous intestinal procedures over the offseason. On the 26th of November, he was arrested for DUI and tested positive for benzoylecgonine, a byproduct of cocaine.

Not being found to be in any way impaired while driving led to no criminal charges being brought against him, and his denial of having used cocaine led to no consequences for him either. Following this, he was required to enter the NFL’s substance-abuse program.

Jimmy Smith Retirement

He was suspended for four games in 2003 due to a violation of team policy on substance misuse. With only 805 receiving yards and 4 scores, it would be a disappointing year for him.

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Smith made a surprising decision to leave the NFL on May 11, 2006. He concluded his career at seventh all-time in receptions (862), and eleventh all-time in receiving yards (12,287). He caught 67 touchdown passes during his time with the Jaguars. From 1997 to 2001, for five consecutive years, Smith was selected to play in the Pro Bowl.

Also, from 1996 until 2005, he led the Jacksonville Jaguars in receptions, becoming him the franchise’s all-time leading receiver. Both his 116 receptions (which led the league) and his 1,636 receiving yards in 1999 were team records. In 1998, 2000, and 2001, he scored a total of eight touchdowns.

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