Since retiring from the NFL in 2017, Steve Smith has made the seamless switch from a brash, loud-mouth receiver to a brash, loud-mouth analyst on the NFL Network. In this latest example, Smith, who played for the Ravens from 2014-16, snapped on fellow analyst Michael Irvin after he said Anquan Boldin—a Ravens WR from…
Steve Smith Sr. was one of the best receivers of his generation. In a long, illustrious career for both the Panthers and the Ravens, he racked up nearly 15,000 receiving yards, over 1,000 receptions, and 81 touchdowns. He was consistent, exciting, and productive for longer than almost any other NFL pass-catcher.
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has officially retired after 16 fantastic years in the NFL. Smith shared a picture of his official retirement letter last night, and it was very on-brand for one of the greatest receivers and shit-talkers in league history.
Steve Smith has now successfully gotten under the skin of two rookie cornerbacks. He riled up the Jaguars’ Jalen Ramsey so thoroughly during their Week 3 matchup that Ramsey went on an anti-Smith rant after the game. This past Sunday, Smith talked so much shit to the Cowboys’ Anthony Brown that the rookie declared…
A familiar sight unfolded right after the conclusion of Sunday’s game between the Ravens and Jaguars. Steve Smith, never one to miss a chance to get right up in someone’s ear and talk shit, tracked down rookie corner Jalen Ramsey and, well, talked some shit.
There’s nothing more ridiculous than fake Twitter accounts, but they persist because so many stupid people fall for them. One such person is CBS sideline reporter Jamie Erdahl, who quoted a fake Ian Rapoport report that Steve Smith’s injury was a torn Achilles tendon. The network had to quickly retract:
Steve Smith just secured a place on the top 10 all-time career receiving yardage list today against the Chargers, then went down with this gruesome injury to what appears to be his right Achilles later in the game on a seemingly routine tackle. He left the field with his head covered in a towel.
Steve Smith had to leave last night’s game against the Steelers after taking a hit to the back from Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons. Smith was angry about getting hurt, but it wasn’t Timmons’s shot that had him riled up, it was an earlier tackle made by former teammate Mike Mitchell.
If Steve Smith actually walks away from the game after this season as planned, the NFL will lose one captivating ball of hate. The 36-year-old Ravens receiver treats talking trash like an art, and he was in the zone Sunday after catching his second touchdown of the game to give the Ravens a 24-21 lead with 3:56 to go.
Steve Smith says his 15th NFL season will be his last. What’s your favorite Steve Smith moment? Mine is when he told Aqib Talib to “ice up, son.”
A fan at Sun Life Stadium jawed at Ravens receiver Steve Smith, as if that was a wise thing to do. As Smith went to the locker room, he said, "All I need is one hit." He's probably right. Smith will imagine Ken Lucas's face on your body and end you.
Ever since Steve Smith dropped 139 yards and two touchdowns on the Carolina Panthers in a Week 4 grudge match against his old team, we've been waiting for a clip of him talking shit on the sideline or in the locker room to appear, because that's what Steve Smith does, and he's great at it. Thanks to last night's…
We've had this Panthers-Ravens game circled ever since Steve Smith got released from Carolina, warned everyone to "put your goggles on because there is going to be blood and guts everywhere," and signed with the Ravens. It was worth the wait.
The Ravens and Panthers play this Sunday, which means that Ravens receiver Steve Smith, who was released by the Panthers in the offseason, will be facing his old team for the first time. If you know anything about Steve Smith, you shouldn't be surprised to learn that he started his shit-talking early.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith took to Twitter last night to briefly share his take on proper elevator behavior and how men should treat women.
Steve Smith has long been one of the best interviews in the NFL, and his move to the Baltimore Ravens doesn't seem to have done much to change that fact.