#Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (ankle, knee) and RB Bernard Pierce (thigh) both had full practices.
CBS Washington "Three Baltimore Ravens players were allegedly tossed from Ocean City, Maryland beachclub Seacrets over the Memorial Day weekend for being too inebriated, according to TMZ Sports. Wide receiver Jacoby Jones, running back Bernard Pierce and cornerback Jimmy Smith are reportedly seen in the shaky..." May 29
Ravens have exercised the fifth-year option for cornerback Jimmy Smith for 2015 for $6.898 million, according to a source
Jimmy Smith has been cleared to practice after passing concussion test.
Jimmy smith bruised gluteus bernard pierce working through calf strain arthur brown and jacoby jones to start practicing this week
Ebony Bird "The Ravens offseason workouts are essentially finished, and one player has stood out above all others. That man is Jimmy Smith, the Ravens third year “draft disappointment”. Smith has a new boxing program that has raised his speed and conditioning levels and he is also about 12 lbs lighter than he..." June 23
CSN Baltimore "Jimmy Smith hopes that boxing makes him a better cornerback. As part of his offseason training, Smith has turned to boxing as part of his conditioning work. Smith is not sparring, but he is going through some of a boxer’s training regimen and working with the speed bag. At OTA’s on Friday,..." June 02
Baltimore Beat Down "The Baltimore Ravens will have almost an entirely new secondary in 2013 compared to the unit they finished 2012 with. The starting safeties will be some combination of Michael Huff, rookie Matt Elam and James Ihedigbo. At corner the Ravens will start two of three players at the two outside,..." May 30
Baltimore Sun "Jimmy Smith has prototypical size for the cornerback position. He has the speed to bump receivers, then trail them down the sideline. He has confidence to burn, too, which is always a good thing to have at that position. In his first two seasons with the Ravens, Smith showed occasional flashes,..." March 29
CSN Baltimore "Whenever I see an athlete do as well as Jimmy Smith did in last Sunday's Super Bowl, it reminds me of the story of Gene Tenace. Tenace was a catcher/first baseman trying to break into the lineup of a very young and talented Oakland A's baseball team in 1972. He got some chances to play but..." February 10