Baltimore Ravens Cornerback Announces Retirement

After a remarkable 11-year career, Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith is retiring from the NFL. The team announced the move Monday morning.
Smith played an incredible 128 games with the Ravens after being drafted by the team 27th overall in 2011. He hauled in 14 interceptions and broke up 74 passes while contributing 374 combined tackles. He won a Super Bowl following the 2012 season and was a key contributor to four top five scoring defenses.
Smith rides off into the sunset as the rare NFL player who played every snap of a long career with a single team. His retirement press conference will take place Monday afternoon after Ravens head coach John Harbaugh's typical Monday presser. 
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