|Ht / Wt:||5'11" / 190 lb.|
|Born:||July 20, 1996|
|Drafted:||2018 / Rd. 6 (196)|
Smith was elevated to the Colts' active roster Tuesday.
Analysis: Smith spent time with the Eagles and Colts this offseason before signing with the Colts' practice squad the first week of September. Smith has played in 22 career games (one start) in his time with the Eagles, Packers and Chiefs. He has experience as a kick returner and could be a special teams contributor in Indianapolis.
Smith signed a contract with Indianapolis on Sunday.
Analysis: The Colts waived Kendall Coleman to make room for Smith on the roster. Smith played a special-teams role across seven games with the Packers and one game with the Chiefs last season.
Smith was waived by the Eagles on Sunday, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Smith spent time on Philadelphia's practice squad last season, while also appearing in seven games with the Packers and one game with the Chiefs. The 2018 sixth-round pick will look to catch on in a depth capacity with another club.
Smith signed with the Eagles' practice squad Wednesday.
Analysis: Smith was waived by the Packers on Monday and made it through waivers unclaimed. The 23-year-old worked as Green Bay's return man before being let go, and he figures to provide depth for that position in Philadelphia.
Smith was waived by the Packers on Monday, Jim Owczarski of PackerNews.com reports.
Analysis: The Packers remarkably have accrued a negative total of punt return yardage through 11 games. Smith was brought in last month to help resolve the issue, but things have remained the same. Thus, the team has opted to move on and give Tyler Ervin a chance.
Smith has cleared the league's concussion protocol, Olivia Reiner of The Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: A full participant all week at practice, Smith is officially is out of the league's concussion protocol and appears set to take the field Sunday against the 49ers. The 23-year-old cornerback will feature primarily on special teams, therefore, Smith carries very little fantasy value in IDP formats.
Smith (concussion) was a full practice participant Wednesday.
Analysis: Smith suffered the concussion Week 10 versus the Panthers but appears good to go coming out of the bye week. It's not clear if the 23-year-old has fully cleared the concussion protocol, but he seems to be on the right track.
The Packers waived Smith on Monday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Smith suited up in three games with the Packers but only served on special teams, primarily as a return man. If he goes unclaimed on waivers, Smith will likely land on the Packers' practice squad.
Smith signed a contract with the Packers on Monday, Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports.
Analysis: Smith was waived by the Chiefs on Saturday and didn't spend long looking for a new team. The 2018 sixth-round pick projects to provide the Packers with depth in the secondary.
Smith was waived by the Chiefs on Saturday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: The Chiefs are running thin at wide receiver depth due to injuries, and Smith was the odd man out in favor of adding depth at the position. The 23-year-old suited up for 14 games during his rookie season in Kansas City last year. Assuming he clears waivers, he figures to be a candidate to land on their practice squad.
Smith practiced with the wide receivers Wednesday with Tyreek Hill (collarbone) out, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports.
Analysis: Smith is still listed as a defensive back on the team's depth chart, but the Chiefs only have four healthy wideouts. The 2018 sixth-round pick spent some time as a running back during the offseason program, and he has impressive speed (4.32 40-yard dash). That's clearly versatility that Coach Andy Reid can utilize at receiver if necessary.
Smith is listed as a cornerback on the Chiefs' Week 1 depth chart, Harold R. Kuntz of Fox 4 Kansas City reports.
Analysis: The Chiefs' coaching staff experimented with Smith at the running back position during training camp and the preseason, but it appears they ultimately felt he fits in best as a backup on the defensive side of the ball. He's also expected to handle kick return duties while De'Anthony Thomas (suspension) is unavailable.
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