It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Steve Smith Family Foundation, along with our partners, is raising awareness and funds in Charlotte and Baltimore! We’re even collecting toiletries for two area agencies, working hard combat domestic violence and support survivors
My name is Steve Smith Sr., and you might know me as an undersized wide receiver who played 14 NFL seasons. You’ve seen a lot of me on TV, some of it unflattering. And as I step away from the fame and the media and a life captured on SportsCenter, there are a few things I’d like you to know about who I really am.
THE START catches Steve Smith off guard. Slow reactions are unusual for an athlete who’s accustomed to standing on a line and waiting for someone else’s signal to run. But here he is, the veteran wide receiver, talking and joking right down to the command, “Set!” He’s not paying attention when the starter screams, “Go!”
Steve Smith Sr. has scored nearly 80 touchdowns and piled up more than eight miles worth of receiving yards as a wide receiver in the National Football League.
Steve Smith Sr. of the Baltimore Ravens hosted a youth football camp Monday at Maxwell Air Force Base. Procter & Gamble, ProCamps and Smith teamed up to serve the children of the military.
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. scrolls down on his phone, passing through hundreds of pictures of him and his family at home, on vacation or on an NFL sideline.
Eckerd, a national non-profit leader in children and family services, held a black tie gala last Friday (June 5th) at the Big Chill in Charlotte to honor the nominees and announce the winners of the 2015 Children’s Heroes of the Year awards.
A group of original Ravens personal seat license holders who came to Owings Mills to pick up their season ticket packages Monday left with a lot more than that.
Young football players will have a chance to learn from one of the NFL’s best receivers of the last two decades.
It’s been well over a year since Steve Smith last wore anything bearing the logo of the Carolina Panthers, a team for which he spent 13 years catching footballs.
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