Ravens CB Jimmy Smith Suspended Four Games for PED Violation

Ravens CB Jimmy Smith Suspended Four Games for PED Violation

The Baltimore Ravens picked up their seventh win of the season and look to control the final AFC Wild Card spot.

Now, he won't be getting paid for the first month of his absence.

The surging Baltimore Ravens will play the final quarter of the regular season without cornerback Jimmy Smith, who will be on injured reserve while serving a suspension for violating the National Football League policy on performance enhancing substances.

He has been dealing with an Achilles injury for most of the season and rested it by practicing only once or twice a week.

"The guys are very vigilant for the most part on that, and sometimes they make mistakes", Harbaugh said.

The Ravens later revealed Smith has been nursing a sore left Achilles for much of 2017. "He has played, I think, at an All-Pro level this year", Harbaugh said. I didn't like it, and I was happy to sneak by with my C. To me, it's the players' responsibility to do it.

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That injury did open the door for rookie first-round pick Marlon Humphrey to play, and he has lived up to expectations for the Ravens.

In 12 games this season, Smith has recorded 28 tackles, three interceptions and nine passes defended.

Yes, Humphrey struggled early in the second half against Marvin Jones. "We have a lot of good, young players". Smith will miss a total of 17 games over the past four seasons.

"It's the way we organize the whole program, to play our best in December and January", Harbaugh said in his Monday news conference. "It's just the fact of getting there and doing it", Harbaugh said. "He'll probably be inside and outside as we go, by package and by need".

"I'm really not well versed on that".

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