Smith played for the Giants in 2007-10, totaling 220 receptions for 2,386 yards and 11 touchdowns. "I would disagree with that," Smith said. Smith enters a crowded wide receiving field with the Eagles, who also have two-time Pro Bowl pick
Although Smith was almost exclusively an inside slot receiver in his four years with the Giants, Smith said he's equally comfortable in any role.
The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to terms with former New York Giants wide receiver Steve Smith on a one-year deal Wednesday.
The 26-year-old Smith had 220 catches for 2,386 yards and 11 touchdowns in four seasons with the Giants. "I think I'm pretty close," Smith said. Giants coach Tom Coughlin told reporters Wednesday after meeting with Smith that he believed Smith faced a "long haul" before he could play again.
"I would disagree with that," Smith said. Although Smith was almost exclusively an inside slot receiver in his four years with the Giants, Smith said he's equally comfortable in any role.
The Eagles shook the NFL again last night as they stole free agent wide receiver Steve Smith from the hated Giants.
I love the competition,” Smith said. “I’m not too sure about that,” Smith said. “You obviously want more years,” Smith said. Smith was in the same boat after grabbing 107 passes in 2009. Smith seems to have lost trust in the Giants and head coach Tom Coughlin during his rehab. Smith echoed the sentiment on the conference call.