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WR Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens

5-9, 179Born: 5-12-1979College: UtahDrafted: Round 3

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Steve Smith is recovering from a November Achilles tear, but the Ravens expect him to participate in camp.

Summary

Steve Smith enters this season coming off a torn Achilles' tendon that he suffered in Week 8 last season. It's an injury from which not many players have recovered, meaning that the 37 year-old Smith has yet another uphill climb, which he typically treats as opportunities to prove doubters incorrect. However, as of June 13, Smith has not participated in OTAs and has no timetable for his return. He says he'll need to get some activity in training camp in order to be ready to play Week 1. If Smith can get back to health for the regular season, he's unlikely to be the downfield threat due to his age and a potential loss of speed from the injury. Smith will likely be tasked with being more of a possession receiver and working intermediate parts of the field. When Baltimore needs a big third down play, Smith will be the guy targeted by Joe Flacco. His tight-area quickness can still be an asset if his recovery is successful. His progress throughout the offseason program will be one of the biggest stories in Baltimore. (June 13)

FBG Staff Rankings

WR Redraft - 45, 22, 38, 40, 40, 41, 41, 43, 43, 47, 48, 51, 52, 53, 55
Overall Redraft - 80, 42
WR Redraft PPR - 45, 20, 36, 38, 40, 40, 41, 42, 42, 43, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 56
Overall Redraft PPR - 84, 42
WR Dynasty - 103, 81

Stats and Projections

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2013 CAR 15 0 0 0 110 64 745 4
2014 BAL 16 0 0 0 134 79 1065 6 1
2015 BAL 7 0 0 0 73 46 670 3
2016 PROJ-Dodds 14 0 * * 59 * * *
2016 PROJ-Henry 16 0 * * 60 * * *
2016 PROJ-Wood 16 0 * * 48 * * *
2016 PROJ-Tremblay 14 0 * * 50 * * *

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Average Draft Position

Overall: 114
WR: 46
Overall-PPR: 106
WR-PPR: 44

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Latest News

Ravens | Ravens players placed on PUP list (Sat Jul 23, 03:30 PM) - Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith (Achilles'), WR Breshad Perriman (knee) and RB Trent Richardson (knee) were placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list Saturday, July 23.

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Ravens | Kamar Aiken not a projected starter (Thu Jul 21, 07:07 PM) - Baltimore Ravens WRs Steve Smith and Mike Wallace are projected as the two starting wide receivers for Baltimore, according to ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley.

Our View: We have both ranked as WR4/WR5 options. Smith was on fire last year before he got hurt so we could see a return to similar production, but he's old and it's hard to buy in heavy on that. Wallace has failed everywhere he's gone after he left the Steelers, and we don't know that we can get enthusiastic about a new spot for him just because Joe Flacco has an immense arm. We feel better about Old Man Smith over Wallace, in point of fact.
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2016 Schedule

1vs Buffalo Bills
2@ Cleveland Browns
3@ Jacksonville Jaguars
4vs Oakland Raiders
5vs Washington Redskins
6@ New York Giants
7@ New York Jets
8--- BYE WEEK ---
9vs Pittsburgh Steelers
10vs Cleveland Browns
11@ Dallas Cowboys
12vs Cincinnati Bengals
13vs Miami Dolphins
14@ New England Patriots
15vs Philadelphia Eagles
16@ Pittsburgh Steelers
17@ Cincinnati Bengals