Steve Smith is hanging 'em up.
Steve Smith Sr. has announced that this Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals will be his last. Smith, who was very emotional following the Ravens' loss to the Steelers this past Sunday, posted a heartfelt message to the Ravens organization and their fans who have embraced him in the last three seasons.
Prior to joining the #RavensFlock in 2014, Smith spent his career (from 2001-2013) as a member of the Carolina Panthers where he holds a number of team records including most career receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, total touchdowns and yards from scrimmage.
The 37-year old, 5x Pro Bowler's final game will be this Sunday at 1pm in Cincy.
👉🏻 #Repost @aceandsmitty: There is so much too say, One of the coolest and scariest things I've done is walk out on faith hoping a new city and a new team would accept me. You guys didn't accept me. You loved me and let me into the #RavensFlock family for that I'm grateful! I embraced the Raven way! Tough season highs and lows but we will not give up or play dead! One more Game, The game of heart ,No quit. Merry Christmas God is good all the time in a loss he is the same and in Victory. #agent89 #stevesmithsr
THIS JUST IN: Ravens WR Steve Smith announces he will retire after Sunday's game vs Bengals. pic.twitter.com/dQsqUhyjpw— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 28, 2016