— NFL (@NFL) July 3, 2016
On NFL.com, Gil Brandt went into further detail describing each part of the receiver, and here’s what he had to say about Smith:
“… the competitiveness of Steve Smith.
If you’re going to be a good receiver in the NFL, you have to be competitive. Smith has many of the qualities described here, but the Ravens veteran truly embodies competitiveness; he’s probably the most competitive receiver there is, even at 37. He’s always jawing with his opponents and — more importantly — making big catches. Even last year, when an Achilles injury cut his season short, Smith caught 46 passes for 670 yards in just seven games.”
Can’t argue with that.