Steve Smith Sr. Tells Titan To Hit The Weights After 'Body-Slam'

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Feisty Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. was at it again Sunday against the Titans.

Smith didn't have his biggest receiving day with three catches for 17 yards, but regardless of his production, he always brings physicality.

The 5-foot-9, 194-pound Smith slammed 6-foot, 233-pound Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard to the M&T Bank Stadium turf in the fourth quarter Sunday.

Smith was flagged for holding, which was declined by the Titans because the Ravens came up short on third down. But Smith, as he's been doing all season, made a statement with the play.

Afterwards, Smith not surprisingly had some colorful comments about the play.

"I body slammed him, so I think that's really a testament [to] their lack of strength and conditioning coaching down there in Tennessee," Smith said. "Five-nine, 194-pound guy body-slams their linebacker.

"Man, he needs to get his weight up."

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