Longtime NFL CB and current CBS Sports Network analyst Fred Smoot joined the guys for a highly entertaining, fast paced interview that covered the current state of the NFC South, the Panthers, his longtime talked about beef with Steve Smith, and his MSU Bulldogs being number 1 in the nation.
Some of the best NFL players have something more: a big mouth. Here are 5 NFL loudmouths who back up their words on the field.
Over the past few years, the Carolina Panthers players have started make their presence known both on and off the field through their commercial endorsements.
From the NFL Network Ian Rapoport talks with Primetime about his reports that former Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith asked for his release from the team in the off-season. They also get into the Dallas Cowboys and if the team we saw on Sunday Night Football was for real, and we close by Ian saying a few final words about the Steve Smith story.
Ravens’ WR Steve Smith called into WFNZ 610 AM The Fan’s “Bustin’ Loose” today to clear up rumors concerning his dismissal from the Carolina Panthers in the off season.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The most surprising aspect of Steve Smith’s performance against the Carolina Panthers was that it didn’t include taunts or bluster.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is back — and so is his sense of humor.
Williams conducted an interview at his locker on Thursday wearing clear motorcycle goggles, a subtle response to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith’s comments earlier this offseason about playing the Panthers.
Greg Cosell from NFL Films and the NFL Match Up show joined the Mac Attack as he does each Friday at 805am to discuss what went wrong for the Panthers Sunday night against the Steelers, how much concern we should have from what he saw, and the battle against Smitty & the Ravens this week
Former NFL QB and current CBS analyst Trent Green joined the guys as he prepares to call the “Blood Guts And Bowl” between the Ravens and Panthers on Sunday.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — When he was cut by the Carolina Panthers in March, Steve Smith cried. Smith spent his entire 13-year NFL career with the Panthers. The leading receiver in franchise history with 836 catches for 12,197 yards, Smith fully expected to add to those totals before being released in a cost-cutting move.