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Old 04-23-2009, 12:48 AM    (permalink
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Well it sounds like Jimmy Smith is enjoying his retirement. :-)


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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Jimmy Smith was pulled over Wednesday afternoon and found with crack cocaine and marijuana in his car, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Smith, who played 10 seasons for Jacksonville, was pulled over on Interstate 95 in Jacksonville for excessive window tint on his 2009 Mercedes Benz, Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Bill Leeper said.

The trooper reported that the inside of the car smelled like burnt marijuana. During a search, the trooper found crack cocaine, marijuana and a business card with powder cocaine residue in the car's center console.

Smith faces multiple drug charges, plus a charge of driving with a suspended license. He was being held at the Duval County Jail with no bond set.

Smith retired from the Jaguars in 2006 after playing from 1995 to 2005. He finished with 862 receptions and 12,287 receiving yards and 67 touchdowns. He was a five-time Pro Bowl selection.

Despite the exceptional stats, Smith's career was not without problems.

In 2001, he had three operations to remove scar tissue from his abdomen. Some questioned whether he would play again, but he caught 112 passes for 1,373 yards -- despite being arrested in November that year for suspicion of drunken driving. Tests later revealed he had cocaine in his system. He vehemently denied using the drug.

He was suspended for the first four games of the 2003 season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. He then publicly acknowledged an addiction and spent several weeks in rehab.

Smith also had problems before joining the Jaguars.

The third receiver selected in the 1992 draft behind Desmond Howard and Carl Pickens, Smith broke his leg and missed most of his rookie season. In 1993, he needed an emergency appendectomy and suffered through infection and stomach problems. He missed the entire year. He didn't play in 1994 after getting cut by Dallas and Philadelphia.

In 1995, he caught on with the expansion Jaguars after his mother sent coach Tom Coughlin a binder of press clippings to help him earn a tryout.

He made the most of his chance, teaming with Keenan McCardell to help land the Jaguars in the playoffs in only their second season.
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Old 04-23-2009, 12:52 AM    (permalink
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A guy I always liked.....sad to see things like this happen.
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Old 04-23-2009, 01:05 AM    (permalink
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Looks like Jaguars curse follows you even after you retire
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Well, that sucks. Good luck to him. Not looking good though.
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Ehh this is sad.

But I just realized 3 Jaguar receivers have been caught with cocaine. Jimmy Smith, Matt Jones, Reggie Williams (allegedly I think). What a trend.
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Ehh this is sad.

But I just realized 3 Jaguar receivers have been caught with cocaine. Jimmy Smith, Matt Jones, Reggie Williams (allegedly I think). What a trend.
What do you think they do instead of extra practice?
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So is the jags' WR coach making cash on the side by selling yay/crack or something?
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Seems like it huh? The yola in Jacksonville must be good.

Very sad situation, though. Looks like another stint in rehab is in Jimmy's future.
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I think the real thing to realize from this story is that Jimmy Smith could make the Jags roster today.
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I think the real thing to realize from this story is that Jimmy Smith could make the Jags roster today.
Ha, that's true. Makes me wonder, too, if this is what led to his abrupt retirement. Perhaps he failed another test a la Ricky Williams and just retired. He was old enough to where people wouldn't question it.
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i honestly never saw this coming
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wait did he got caught with soft or hard
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Might as well let people cover their license plates while they drive too. I'm all for individual rights but law enforcement needs to be able to see inside cars to identify who is in inside.
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Might as well let people cover their license plates while they drive too. I'm all for individual rights but law enforcement needs to be able to see inside cars to identify who is in inside.
Why, so they can profile more than they already do?
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Why, so they can profile more than they already do?
Stolen cars, fake plates, covered plates, etc. It's important to be able to see who is driving a vehicle or it can be difficult to solve and prosecute crimes.

Also, excessive tint can be dangerous for the driver because it reduces visibility.
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Ehh this is sad.

But I just realized 3 Jaguar receivers have been caught with cocaine. Jimmy Smith, Matt Jones, Reggie Williams (allegedly I think). What a trend.
I blame the generic last names.
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Stolen cars, fake plates, covered plates, etc. It's important to be able to see who is driving a vehicle or it can be difficult to solve and prosecute crimes.

Also, excessive tint can be dangerous for the driver because it reduces visibility.
What relation does tinted windows have at all with stolen cars or fake plates? All the police have to do is run the plates and see if they match with the car and/or come up stolen. The cops are going to get a nice good look at whoever is driving once he has been pulled over. They don't need to see into my car while I'm driving any more than the guy driving next to me.

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What relation does tinted windows have at all with stolen cars or fake plates? All the police have to do is run the plates and see if they match with the car and/or come up stolen. The cops are going to get a nice good look at whoever is driving once he has been pulled over. They don't need to see into my car while I'm driving any more than the guy driving next to me.
If you commit a hit and run, steal a car, etc. it is almost impossible to identify who did it if the windows are tinted. If witnesses or the police can see in the car though, they can identify the driver.

Plus, excessive tint is a safety issue like I already mentioned.
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excessive tint is technically enough and a safety issue. but technically it is legal to beat your wife with the bristle end of a brush in georgia, sodomy is illegal is most states, etc. there are plenty of laws on the books that could be enforced but aren't. excessive tint is pure BS. shouldn't he be out cleaning up the streets and making sure kids make it home from school alright instead of worrying about the window tint of expensive cars?
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excessive tint is technically enough and a safety issue. but technically it is legal to beat your wife with the bristle end of a brush in georgia, sodomy is illegal is most states, etc. there are plenty of laws on the books that could be enforced but aren't. excessive tint is pure BS. shouldn't he be out cleaning up the streets and making sure kids make it home from school alright instead of worrying about the window tint of expensive cars?
It is in no way legal to beat your wife with anything in Georgia. That is complete b/s.
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