Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Rod Smith did Something That Nobody Else has Ever Done

The Broncos had a lot of players over the years. John Elway is easily one of the best players in the league has ever seen. The team had a lot of running backs, including Floyd Little, Clinton Portis, Terrell Davis, Sammy Winder, Mike Anderson, Tatum Bell, Bobby Humphrey, and Otis Armstrong. Regarding the wide receivers, but isolates itself Rod Smith.

Rod Smith played 14 seasons with the Broncos and made the Pro Bowl three times. Having been exceptional at Missouri Southern State, it would eventually be introduced to both the Division II Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. After Smith graduated from the university, he was not called by a team in the NFL and finally signed with the Denver Broncos as a free agent. It also has more catches (849), most receiving yards (11.389) and most touchdown receptions (68) than any other large undrafted receiver in NFL history.

Rod Smith was a great catcher, the best Denver Broncos already. It confounds the experts of choice for the first time at a small college after being passed over major universities there. It was then transmitted repeatedly for every team in the NFL before signing as a free agent with the Broncos.

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