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Wide Receiver, Baltimore Ravens

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Draft: 2001 Round 3 (12)
College: Utah
Ht: 5’9”  Wt: 185 DOB: 1979-05-12 Age: 36

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2001 CAR 15 1 - 10 154 15.4 0 19.7 1.3
2002 CAR 16 13 - 54 872 16.1 3 104.8 6.6
2003 CAR 16 11 - 88 1,110 12.6 7 157.2 9.8
2004 CAR 1 1 9 6 60 10.0 0 6.0 6.0
2005 CAR 16 16 150 103 1,563 15.2 12 236.8 14.8
2006 CAR 14 14 141 83 1,166 14.0 8 176.7 12.6
2007 CAR 15 15 148 87 1,002 11.5 7 148.8 9.9
2008 CAR 14 14 129 78 1,417 18.2 6 181.7 13.0
2009 CAR 15 15 129 66 979 14.8 7 142.1 9.5
2010 CAR 14 14 99 46 554 12.0 2 68.3 4.9
2011 CAR 16 16 129 79 1,394 17.6 7 187.0 11.7
2012 BAL 16 0 138 73 1,174 16.1 4 144.1 9.0
2012 (Projected) BAL       78 1,185 15.2 7 167.2  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
In 2010, Smith looked undersized, old and on the decline during a disappointing season in which he finished the year with 46 receptions for 554 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 14 games, his least productive season since his injury shortened campaign in 2004. Turns out, the issue wasnít Smith Ė it was the play of the teamís quarterbacks. With Cam Newton under certain, Smith enjoyed a renaissance year in 2011, catching 79 passes for 1,394 yards and seven touchdowns. While the numbers were impressive, Smithís production tailed off as the season wound down. With defenses focused on slowing down the Panthers big play passing attack, Smith caught just 33 passes for 476 yards and three touchdowns over the teamís final eight games. In 2012, the question is what Smith are we buying? The one that was a revelation over the first half of the season with 46 receptions for 918 yards and four touchdowns? Or the second half version? One guy shapes up as a WR1 while the second shapes up as a WR3. Letís split the difference and call Smith a WR2 in 2012.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Kamar Aiken
WR2WR2 Chris Givens
WR3WR3 Marlon Brown
WR4WR4 Breshad Perriman
WR5WR5 Michael Campanaro
WR6WR6 Darren Waller
WR7WR7 Steve Smith
WR8WR8 Josh Morgan
WR9WR9 Jeremy Butler
WR10WR10 Chris Matthews
Ravens Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Ravens extremely thin at WR without Smith     -- Mon Nov 2 8:00 am --

Season-ending Achilles injury cripples Baltimore receiving corps
The loss of veteran receiver Steve Smith to a season-ending Achilles tear is a tough one for the Ravens, because of what he meant to them emotionally. But pragmatically, it was even tougher, as he was their last effective receiver left. (ProFootballTalk)

FF Today's Take: Kamar Aiken, Chris Givens and Jeremy Ross are the top three receivers in Baltimore right now. Rookie Breshad Perriman is battling a knee injury and isn't close to returning. Don't be surprised if the Ravens add a free agent receiver this week.
Injury Steve Smith expected to play with back injury     -- Sun Oct 18 7:15 am --

Ravens expect the return of their No.1 receiver
Ravens WR Steve Smith, listed as questionable with back injury, is expected to play today vs 49ers. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: The Ravens No.1 wide receiver told reporters earlier in the week that he didn't think he would play but it appears he's changed his tune. It will be hard to trust a player who was so questionable about his status but owners desperate for help at WR can use Smith in decent matchup against the 49ers.
Injury Steve Smith not expected to play     -- Fri Oct 16 12:45 pm --

Back injury
Despite practicing, Steve Smith doesnít expect to play this week. ďTo be honest, my expectation of playing is very low,Ē Smith said, via the teamís official Twitter account. (ProFootballTalk)

FF Today's Take: Smith has been limited in practice this week. If he does sit, Kamar Aiken will likely be the most targeted receiver for Flacco, holding WR3 value.
Injury Ravens hopeful Steve Smith can play in Week 6     -- Mon Oct 12 5:25 pm --

Sat out Week 5 with four microfractures in his back
There's a shot that injured Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith will play Sunday at San Francisco and miss only one game with four micro fractures in his back. Coach John Harbaugh doesn't know whether Smith will practice this week, but he indicated that the Ravens' leading receiver has been training hard. "I'm hopeful," Harbaugh said Monday. "Very hopeful. There's always a chance with Steve Smith. Always. Never rule Steve Smith out." (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: Smith is as tough as they come, so it is entirely possible he can go against the 49ers in Week 6. Harbaugh also told ESPN RB Justin Forsett doesn't have a high ankle sprain, giving him "a chance" to suit up in the same game. Expect both to be game-time decisions, with Forsett the more likely of the two to play versus San Francisco.
Injury Steve Smith ruled out for Week 5     -- Thu Oct 8 6:00 pm --

Sustained four small fractures in his back in win vs. Steelers
As if there was any thought that Steve Smith would play, Ravens OC Marc Trestman confirms that Smith is out Sunday. (Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: As expected. Kamar Aiken will serve as the de facto top receiver for the Ravens and probably line up opposite Marlon Brown. The Ravens also figure to get ex-Ram Chris Givens, who they acquired last weekend, a healthy amount of snaps. Aiken is shaping up to be a low-end WR3 this week while Givens may ultimately serve in the role the team expected the injured Breshad Perriman to play.

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