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Steve Smith the Philanthropist

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I learned how to spell Philanthropist today.

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But seriously, what's there to say that hasn't been said about Smith. He just fuging rocks.

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What's more impressive is that he'd prefer no one know about it.

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and he washes complete strangers feet and gives them shoes. But seriously there are probably is a lot more contributions steve smith has made that have gone unrecognized

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I've never doubted for one second that Smitty wasn't a first class guy.  His "on field" issues have been born out of his fiery and competitive nature.

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Thats the way to be! I dont mind someone who plays like a "thug" or plays with a chip on their shoulder on the field. As long as they know how to act off the field. Smitty definitely has his moments on the field where he gets rambunctious, but he is no doubt a professional and great guy.  

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I look at it the same as proffesional wrestling, i am sure most of the guys are different when the are on stage verses there off time same as steve.

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This is not "a litle man complex" but more some young dumb DBs disrecpting him again and again.

You want to brag and trash talk with Smitty, ok but show your skills on a regular basis first and the day you will become a good DBs you will be allowed to open your mouth and Smitty will certainly be happy to have you on board.

Until then just keep quiet, work and learn.

 

And yes Smitty rocks!

 

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