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Draft Scout Lee Smith News
09/29/15 - TE Lee Smith caught the only pass thrown to a tight end by David Carr against the Browns for an 8-yard gain.
09/21/15 - TE Lee Smith played 41 snaps, the most in his position group, caught a pass and blocked well against Baltimore
08/12/15 - TE Lee Smith, signed primarily as a blocker, has missed the last four practices with an undisclosed injury and is unlikely to face the St. Louis Rams Friday night.
08/10/15 - TE Lee Smith, expected to see considerable time as a primarily blocking tight end, has missed two practices with an undisclosed injury.
03/11/15 - TE Lee Smith left the Bills for the Raiders Wednesday (March 11). The three-year deal is worth $9.1 million with a $1.6 million roster bonus this year and $3.1 million guaranteed.
Smith, 27, joins the Raiders after four seasons with the Bills (2011-14). Smith's career totals include 56 games played with 34 starts, 20 receptions for 144 yards (7.2 avg.) and three touchdowns.
Smith joined the Bills via waivers from the New England Patriots shortly before the 2011 regular season. In 2014, Smith appeared in 14 games and led all Bills tight ends with 10 starts. He hauled in seven catches for 42 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown in the Bills' season-ending victory over New England.
Smith appeared in every game for the Bills from 2012-13, starting 21-of-32 games played during that span. He recorded two receiving touchdowns in 2012, a career high, and totaled a career-high 78 receiving yards in 2013.
The Powell, Tenn., native was originally selected by the Patriots in the fifth round (159th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Marshall. Smith totaled 75 receptions for 791 yards and three touchdowns, and served two seasons as a captain on the Thundering Herd. In his senior year, Smith ranked second on the team with 38 receptions for 358 yards (9.4 avg.), earning him All-Conference USA honors and an Allstate Good Works Team nomination.