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Recently Released LB D.J. Smith Signs With Chargers

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Recently Released LB D.J. Smith Signs With Chargers

Released by the Green Bay Packers Wednesday, linebacker D.J. Smith obviously had little problem finding a suitor for his suddenly available services.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Smith signed with the San Diego Chargers Thursday.

A former fifth-round pick in 2011, Smith made nine starts over two seasons with the Packers and tallied 82 tackles, two sacks, five pass breakups and one interception.

Smith's career hit a bump in Week 6 of last season, when he tore his ACL and missed the rest of 2012. He failed a physical with the Packers and was released.

Just 24 years old, Smith could be a candidate for the PUP list in San Diego to start next season.

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packsmack25's picture

Hope he goes wild out there. Good for him.

al's picture

he will packsmack25

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

I don't like this move... Kid was born to play LB.

Lucky953's picture

3" taller, 15 lbs heavier and he's a Packer.

Jamie's picture

Kid didn't show much at LB in the NFL.

Kid Looked worse year 2 than year 1.

Happy the kid got picked up.

Good kid.

I bleed Green More's picture

I like this kid but Ted knows his stuff.

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