Rod Smith & Jimmy Smith, first ballot NFL Hall of Famers?

June 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I’ll start with Rod Smith, an undrafted player, who signed with the New England Patriots, but was cut and picked up by the Denver Broncos in 1994. During his career in Denver, Rod Smith became a two time Super Bowl Champion, was the first and only undrafted player to reach the milestone of (10,000) receiving yards, and the 24th in history to eclipse that figure. He has the most catches (849), receiving yards (11,389), and touchdown receptions (68), of any undrafted wide receiver in NFL history. Also, Rod is only the sixth player in NFL history to have 100 receptions against at least three teams Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, and Oakland Raiders. Rod Smith is a two time all pro and a three time Pro Bowler.
Next is Jimmy Smith, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and also had an lustrous career. Jimmy Smith is a two time All Pro, a five time Pro Bowler, and finished his career with 862 receptions, 12, 287 receiving yards, and 67 touchdow...

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