Torrey Smith Retires From NFL

After eight years in the league, Torrey Smith is retiring from the NFL.

“It’s the NFL circle of life and I’m prepared for what’s next,” Smith said in a video on Uninterrupted.“…I’m blessed to be able to walk away from this game with most of my health, a clear mind, and a grateful heart. I can’t wait to begin the next phase of my life where my heart is and never left: Baltimore.”

The Ravens selected Smith out of the University of Maryland in the second round of the 2011 draft and he helped bring a Super Bowl to the club during his second season in the league. In addition to Baltimore, he’s played in San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Carolina. Smith finishes his career with 319 catches for 5,141 yards and 41 touchdowns.

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4 comments on “Torrey Smith Retires From NFL

  1. Definitely a solid career cant believe he was only in the league 8 years seems like he been around a lot longer.

  2. al avias phone

    does seem like he’s been in the NFL longer than 8 yrs.watching from afar he seemed like a good pro how he carried himself.dont remember hearing any drama.other WR in the NFL should follow his example.

  3. mgrap84

    Crazy seeing so many guys retire at 30. As a Ravens fan it was fun watching this guy play. Hope he signs a one day contract with us and retires a Raven

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