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The speedy Smith was drafted by the Chiefs in the sixth round in 2018 and would later catch on as a kick returner after playing corner in spots during two of the first three games.
His special teams debut came in Week 4 against the Patriots and he made the most of the opportunity, accumulating 180 yards in four returns, including a crazy 97-yard return that he nearly took to the house.
In all, Smith appeared in 14 games and netted 886 yards in 33 returns.
According to The Kansas City Star, there had been talk surrounding the idea of moving Smith, who was an all-state QB in high school, to the offensive side of the ball since last season and now that idea has come to fruition.
Brown, the 25th overall selection in April, had been previously placed on the non-football injury (NFI) list on July 18 after being sidelined with a foot injury.
Based on what he's displayed so far in his camp debut, "Hollywood" Brown is ready to bring showtime to Baltimore.
"At this point, it is a little unclear because Julio has said he's not comparing himself to Michael Thomas. You got to think he's going to want more. You got to think he's going to want in the $20M-plus range," Rapoport said.
It's worth pointing out that Jones, 30, has already inked two big contracts -- a four-year, $16.2M rookie contract in 2011 and a five-year, $71.5M extension in 2015 -- but the six-time Pro Bowler has been adamant about making sure he gets what he believes he's worth. Rapoport indicated that Jones could be further motivated by Thomas' deal as he continues to negotiate.
"He has already been paid; this is his third contract, different from Michael Thomas, who really had not made any money in the league," Rapoport noted. "But still, you know, Julio saw this number this morning and was like, 'Yeah, I'm taking note.'"
During his first media appearance of training camp, Brady revealed that he made the decision to add a few pounds to his frame. His reasoning? Well, it may have something to do with the 21 times he was brought down last season.
"I wanted to get a little bigger this year and put on a few more pounds and try to absorb the hits a little bit more," he said, via ESPN. "I worked pretty hard at that."
Brady, who turns 42 on August 3, hasn't attended voluntary workouts in two years in order to spend time with his loved ones but, according to his results, those sessions were probably unnecessary anyway.
» The Oakland Raiders are still looking to build depth in their backfield and, according to Rapoport, are turning to a former Saint to possibly help with this matter.
Savage has been absent since the start of camp after having his wisdom teeth removed.
The 2016 first-round pick showed impressive concentration on this play, snagging an absurd one-handed, over-the-shoulder catch.
»In other Redskins news, rookie fourth-round running back Bryce Love is still on the NFI list, head coach Jay Gruden said Wednesday. Gruden added that he didn't think Love would be on the active roster for Week 1, meaning he would start the season on the PUP list and miss at least the first six games.
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