Ravens WR Steve Smith's son thanked the NFL for ejecting his dad
After Steve Smith was ejected from the Ravens' preseason game with the Redskins for his role in an altercation following an unnecessarily rough tackle, there was a silver lining for the veteran receiver.
Smith headed up to the team's boxes after being tossed and went to watch the game with his family. That included his son, Peyton, who tweeted happily that it was the first game he'd ever gotten to watch with his pops. Because you know, of course, Smith tends to be playing.
Despite the fracas between the teams that ended with Ravens coach John Harbaugh angrily confronting his Redskins counterpart Jay Gruden on the sidelines, at least the Smith family came away winners.
Peyton thought so, at least.
That's what I'm talkin about pops! Not bad for a 36 year old 💪🏾🏈— Peyton (@peytondsmith) August 29, 2015
Or did he?
I didn't even think my tweet was that funny— Peyton (@peytondsmith) August 30, 2015
- Jeremy Woo