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Daryl Smith, Ravens have mutual interest

Sam Greenwood

The Jacksonville Jaguars opted to let long time veteran linebacker Daryl Smith walk in free agency this season, as the team is making a clear transition, rebuilding, and getting younger across the board. Smith shockingly hasn't drawn much interest on the free agent market, taking a visit with the St. Louis Rams a while ago, but there now appears to be mutual interest in the former Jaguar from the Baltimore Ravens.

Smith is the Jaguars all-time leading tackler and one of the best defensive players to ever suit up for the Jaguars, but a groin injury in training camp derailed Smith's 2012 NFL season and may be leaving lingering health and durability concerns as he's an older linebacker.

Smith, I think, would be a nice fit on the Ravens. He can play any linebacker position in any defensive scheme.

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