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Greg Smith
TE #85
Height:
6-4
Weight:
255
College:
Texas
Hometown:
Montgomery, Texas
Experience:
1

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (8/27/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (1/3/12)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (9/5/11)...Waived by Carolina (9/3/11)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (7/30/11).

2011
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (7/30)...Spent the entire season on the Panthers' practice squad.

COLLEGE
Played in 52 games with 15 starts at Texas...Lined up at tight end, all five offensive line positions and long snapper...Tallied 17 receptions for 112 yards and one touchdown...2010 (Sr.): Played in 12 games with five starts at tight end...Recorded nine catches for 60 yards...2009 (Jr.): Played in 14 games with six starts at tight end...Posted six receptions for 48 yards...2008 (So.): Played in 13 games with four starts at tight end...Caught two passes for four yards and one touchdown...Began the season at tackle but switched to tight end after a season-ending injury to Blain Irby in the third game...Handled long-snapping duties on field goals and extra points...Served as the backup center for the final two games...2007 (Fr.): Moved to center from tight end before the season...Played in 13 games at center, as a blocking tight end in jumbo packages and long snapper on field goals and extra points...2006: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended Montgomery (Texas) HS....Graduated with a degree in kinesiology from Texas.

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (8/27/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (1/3/12)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (9/5/11)...Waived by Carolina (9/3/11)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (7/30/11).

2011
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (7/30)...Spent the entire season on the Panthers' practice squad.

COLLEGE
Played in 52 games with 15 starts at Texas...Lined up at tight end, all five offensive line positions and long snapper...Tallied 17 receptions for 112 yards and one touchdown...2010 (Sr.): Played in 12 games with five starts at tight end...Recorded nine catches for 60 yards...2009 (Jr.): Played in 14 games with six starts at tight end...Posted six receptions for 48 yards...2008 (So.): Played in 13 games with four starts at tight end...Caught two passes for four yards and one touchdown...Began the season at tackle but switched to tight end after a season-ending injury to Blain Irby in the third game...Handled long-snapping duties on field goals and extra points...Served as the backup center for the final two games...2007 (Fr.): Moved to center from tight end before the season...Played in 13 games at center, as a blocking tight end in jumbo packages and long snapper on field goals and extra points...2006: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended Montgomery (Texas) HS....Graduated with a degree in kinesiology from Texas.

 

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