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third in the league in kick return average at 29.8. ( Brad Smith also has an 89-yard kick return for a touchdown this ..... like Leodis McKelvin, and even their back up returner Brad Smith . They’re just so explosive and so good,” Gostkowski said. “But everybody’s good in this league. It’s just I don’t think we leave
me going into this game. But [Casey] Hampton, he's not Vince Wilfork. No one is." 3. In other injury news, Brad Smith again missed practice with a groin injury. Ryan expects Smith to play and resume kickoff duties (despite the two key returns from Cromartie
kicker Nick Folk has struggled as of late (he’s missed five of his last 10 field goal attempts), but kick returner Brad Smith is coming off one of the finest performances of his career, a game where he had an 89-yard kick return for a touchdown
receiver Deion Branch said of Woodhead. “[We] thank the Jets for letting him go. We truly appreciate it.” Brad Smith , who coached Woodhead at Chadron State, still speaks with Woodhead on a regular basis, and said he’s not shocked at the
ve seen, well, 500 times. Credit to Moss, who almost looks embarrassed. 11:30: 80-yard kickoff return for Brad Smith to the Vikings' 20-yard line, I'm thinking the Jets should just take three knees and kick the FG. 11:31: Shows
before the Broncos signed Peyton Manning and made Tebow expendable. According to ESPN, they wanted a replacement for Brad Smith , who had run the wildcat in New York through 2010. “We thought there was a role for [Tebow],” said Tannenbaum. “Working with Rex
and has an 88-yard return for a touchdown. And McKelvin is third in the league in kick return average at 29.8. ( Brad Smith also has an 89-yard kick return for a touchdown.) Meanwhile, the Patriots have struggled at times when it comes to coverage — they haven
could be a guy that we’d have with a ball in his hands. ... Jerricho Cotchery did a nice job for us in that role. Brad Smith , before he became the [primary return] guy, did some of that for us. So, it’s just a situational thing.” Added Westhoff: “His role with me won’t be a paramount role
not like the Jets and Rex Ryan aren’t familiar with the Wildcat package, as they used it extensively in 2010 with Brad Smith . According to Pro Football Focus, Smith was the best Wildcat quarterback in the NFL that year, as Smith ran the ball from the wildcat
ve clearly taken a step back after April left after the 2010 season, it’s still a relatively dangerous group. Brad Smith has the ability to break one as a kick returner, and it sure looks like C.J. Spiller is going to be returning punts. The Patriots have done well at containing