Panthers teammates Steve Smith and DeAngelo Williams are working with Samaritan’s Feet with the goal to provide shoes and socks to 10 million children. Smith and Williams were recently in Memphis, Tennessee to wash the feet of 500 children and give them shoes and socks.
For an 11-year veteran of the Carolina Panthers who just signed a three-year contract extension on Tuesday, wide receiver Steve Smith sure feels like he can learn a lot from his young quarterback, Cam Newton.
The signs pointing out Steve Smith’s future seem to be angled in every direction.
Ignoring his price tag and the stumbling block his contract represents, what type of receiever would a team be getting in Steve Smith, who hasn’t had more than 70 receptions or 1,000 yards in two seasons?
All player movement is on hold during the NFL lockout, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about Panthers WR Steve Smith, who reportedly wants to be traded. It’s also believed that the team is interested in parting ways with Smith.
Steve Smith is the latest NFL veteran to put his home up for sale. Smith reportedly wants out of Carolina, and the Panthers are reportedly willing to oblige the four-time Pro Bowler.