Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Dolphins' picks: Round 2/61 -- Sean Smith, CB, 6-3, 214, Utah...This regime loves strong, tall, physical corners and Smith fits the bill in another effort to bolster Miami's 25th-ranked pass defense. - by The Sports Xchange
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11/20/15 - CB Sean Smith (knee) participated in practice on Thursday and barring any setbacks in the next two days, he should be available to play on Sunday in San Diego. Smith has a right knee contusion and did not practice on Wednesday.
11/18/15 - CB Sean Smith (knee) sat out the Chiefs practice on Wednesday due to a right knee contusion.
11/16/15 - CB Sean Smith (knee) suffered a right knee contusion in the second half of Sunday's game in Denver, but he was able to walk off under his own power. Coach Andy Reid said his situation this coming week would likely be "day-to-day."
10/05/15 - CB Sean Smith returned to the starting lineup at right cornerback in Sunday's game against Cincinnati. Smith missed the first three games of the season under an NFL suspension. He finished with three tackles and knocked down one pass, while spending most of the second half covering the Bengals best receiver, A.J. Green. "A.J. is such a unique talent," Smith said. "He has great technique and you have to be on point every time. I knew going into the game that my footwork and everything would have to be on point to guard him ... I felt pretty good out there."
10/04/15 - CB Sean Smith returned to action for Kansas City on Sunday after being suspended three games due to a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy. He finished with two tackles and one pass defensed. "It feels great," Smith said. "I was out there with the guys. It's different from practice. I got to compete and test my talents and technique against someone else."