• How can Ravens seal deal with Smith?

    Summary of 16 articles · Updated Mar 16, 2014
    So, how can the Ravens seal the deal with Smith on Friday? Let's take a look at what the Ravens will be selling to the five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver ... Smith's only reported trip is his one with the Ravens. Steve Smith was the No. 1 receiver in Carolina for a long time, but he sees a different role for himself now that he’s a member of the Ravens. Yet the final few weeks in Carolina were tough for him as GM Dave Gettleman clearly wanted to move on from Smith, even willing to pay him the $5 million Smi...
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    • Double Coverage: Steve Smith

      The first week of free agency ended with the Carolina Panthers saying goodbye to one of the best players in their history and the Baltimore Ravens welcoming a proven playmaker to a struggling offense. Wide receiver Steve Smith signed a three-year, $11.5…
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    • Ravens agree to three-year, $11 million deal with Steve Smith

      Five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver joins Ravens, gets $3.5 million signing bonus On his way to Baltimore on Thursday night, Steve Smith got a phone call from New England head coach Bill Belichick who told the free agent wide receiver that he wanted him to…
    • Sports Briefing | Football: Ravens Sign Steve Smith

      The free-agent wide receiver Steve Smith has signed a three-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens, who were eager to provide quarterback Joe Flacco another target.
    • Steve Smith brings attitude to the Ravens

      The Baltimore Ravens improved their offense Friday when they signed wide receiver Steve Smith to a three-year, $11.5 million contract, although that's really beside the point. Any wide receiver signed by the Ravens this offseason -- Julian Edelman, Eric…
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    • Ravens kept Steve Smith away from Patriots

      Not only did the Baltimore Ravens make their offense better by signing Steve Smith, they kept the five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver away from one of their AFC rivals. Smith decided to cancel his trip to the New England Patriots and reached a three-year, …
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    • Steve Smith signs 3-year deal with Baltimore Ravens

      A day after being released by the Carolina Panthers, wide receiver Steve Smith has signed a 3-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens.Click to Continue »
    • Steve Smith had interest from Seahawks but signs with Ravens

      Veteran wide receiver Steve Smith told reporters on a conference call that the Seahawks were one of a handful of teams to show interest in him. Smith, on a call after signing a deal with the Baltimore Ravens, was released by the Panthers earlier this we…
    • Steve Smith reaches 3-year deal with Ravens

      The Baltimore Ravens have reached a three-year deal with wide receiver Steve Smith, the team announced Friday.
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    • Ravens, Daryl Smith agree to four-year deal

      Daryl Smith will remain in Baltimore. Smith, the middle linebacker signed last year to fill the shoes of Ray Lewis, has agreed to a new contract with the Ravens. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, it’s a four-year, $16.1 million deal. That deal was rep…
  • Steve Smith sees himself as a “complementary dude” in Ravens offense

    Steve Smith was the No. 1 receiver in Carolina for a long time, but he sees a different role for himself now that he’s a member of the Ravens. Smith says that he’s studied the offense that Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak ran as the head coach i…
  • Mike Preston: In signing WR Steve Smith, Ravens make a statement that's loud, clear

    Free agent Steve Smith offered something no other Ravens wide receiver target could, Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston writes. On an offense with leaders but few voices, he is an alpha male.

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