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Jimmy Smith was born on 9 February, 1969 in Detroit, MI, is an American football wide receiver. At 51 years old, Jimmy Smith height is 6 ft 1 in (185.4 cm).

Now We discover Jimmy Smith's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 53 years old?

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Jimmy Smith Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 9 February 1969
Birthday 9 February
Birthplace Detroit, MI
Nationality MI

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Weight 214 lbs
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Jimmy Smith Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Jimmy Smith worth at the age of 53 years old? Jimmy Smith’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from MI. We have estimated Jimmy Smith's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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As of 2017's NFL off-season, Jimmy Smith held at least 31 Jaguars franchise records, including:


In 2016, he was inducted into the Pride of the Jaguars (the franchise's ring of honor).


Smith and his wife Sandra currently reside in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi with their five children, Jimmy III ("Trey"), Jaden, Dalys, Dyson and Jayse. In September 2014, Trey accepted a football scholarship to the University of Louisville. Trey later transferred to the Wyoming Cowboys where he is a key contributor.


In 2013, Smith was sentenced to serve six years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections after being convicted of drug and weapons charges. According to Mississippi DOC records, he was scheduled to serve two years for "possession of a firearm by a convicted felon" and four years for possession of cocaine. He began his sentence on March 29, 2013. Although his tentative release date was November 8, 2018, he was released on July 2, 2013 on the condition of house arrest.


In 2011, he was named to the Jackson State University All-Century team.

The next year, he became a starter after Andre Rison was released following the 11th game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He would emerge as a dominant receiver, finishing with 1,244 receiving yards (led the AFC) and 7 touchdowns, while helping the team win its last five games and reach the AFC Championship Game.


In April 2009, Smith was arrested for multiple drug charges. Since then, he has been through rehab and made an effort to make a difference in other people's lives through the Jimmy Smith Foundation.


On May 11, 2006, Smith abruptly retired from the NFL. He finished his career seventh in NFL history with 862 catches and 11th in league history with 12,287 yards. He had 67 career touchdown catches with the Jaguars. Smith had been voted to the Pro Bowl five straight times from 1997 to 2001. He is also the Jacksonville Jaguars all-time leading receiver, having led the team in receiving every season from 1996-2005. He set team records with 116 receptions (also led the league) and 1,636 yards in 1999, both career-highs. His career-high in touchdowns was eight, achieved in 1998, 2000 and 2001.


In 2003, he was handed a four-game suspension for an undisclosed substance abuse violation. He would have a down year with 805 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns.


In 2001, he overcame three difficult intestine operations during the offseason, to remove scar tissue related to the appendectomy procedure he underwent in Dallas. On November 26, he was found to have benzoylecgonine (a by-product of cocaine) in his system after being pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving. He denied using cocaine and was not charged with any crime since he was not found to be impaired while driving. The incident placed him into the NFL's substance-abuse program.


In 2000, his best career game came against arguably one of the best defenses in NFL history, when he posted 15 receptions, 291 receiving yards (fifth in NFL history) and 3 touchdowns, against the eventual Super Bowl champion the Baltimore Ravens.


Smith would remain one of the cornerstones of the franchise for a decade. His teammates gave him the nickname J-Smooth and would later be known with Keenan McCardell as "Thunder and Lightning", after a TV Guide photo shoot in 1997. Their history together was detailed in NFL Film's 2014 A Football Life: "Keenan McCardell & Jimmy Smith".


Smith continued to be a key member of the Jaguars offense and helped lead the team to playoff appearances for four straight years (1996–1999). In 1999, he helped make the Jaguars the best team in the NFL during the regular season, registering 1,636 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns.


On February 28, 1995, Smith was signed by the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars after a tryout. He made the team after head coach Tom Coughlin saw his talents. He competed with Desmond Howard, Ernest Givens, Willie Jackson, Cedric Tillman, and Curtis Marsh throughout training camp for a job as a starting wide receiver. Head coach Tom Coughlin named him the fifth wide receiver on the depth chart behind Howard, Givens, Jackson, and Tillman. He finished the season leading the Jaguars in kickoff returns.


On July 11, 1994, he was waived after refusing to take a pay cut.

On July 19, 1994, he was signed as a free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles, but was eventually released on August 30.


Smith was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the second round (36th overall) of the 1992 NFL Draft. He missed the first four games after he broke his right fibula during the Dallas Blue-White Scrimmage on July 19. After missing ample time during the season, he was listed as the fourth wide receiver on the Dallas Cowboys' depth chart, behind Michael Irvin, Alvin Harper, and Kelvin Martin. On October 11, he made his professional regular season debut during a 27-0 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. In a Week 16 matchup against the Atlanta Falcons, Smith had the highlight of his rookie year, tackling Deion Sanders during a punt return in a 41-17 victory. He played in just seven games as a special teamer, without registering a reception. The Cowboys finished first in the NFC East with a 13-3 record. On January 10, 1993, he appeared in his first career playoff game during the Cowboys 34-10 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, playing on special teams. Smith earned the first ring of his career as a rookie, after the Cowboys went on to Super Bowl XXVII and defeated the Buffalo Bills 52-17.

In 1993, he was leading the team in pre-season (13) and receiving yards (197), while competing for the role as the third wide receiver that was left open with the departure in free agency of Kelvin Martin, behind Irvin and Harper. On August 21, Smith began feeling a pain in his abdominal area and brought it to the attention of two trainers and the team doctor, J.D. Zamarano, and was given Pepto Bismol, Maalox, and Tagamet. He played in the next preseason game and caught a touchdown reception, and was waved back in by a coach after taking himself out from taking a hit to the abdominal area that worsened the pain. Over the next few days he repeatedly brought the pain to the attention of the trainers and wasn't given adequate care or the correct diagnosis. He asked to be directed to a doctor and was told to see the team doctor who gave him a check up and took him to see the team surgeon that finally diagnosed him with appendicitis. On August 24, 1993, he underwent an emergency appendectomy surgery. The following day, he was released from the hospital by the surgeon although he had a 102.5 degree fever. On August 27, Smith was readmitted into the hospital after he woke up in severe pain with his stomach bloated and was vomiting, because of a severe post-surgical infection that was nearly fatal. He went into emergency surgery for an Ileostomy, where they dissect and removed his intestine then substituted an external bag to collect his fecal matter, forcing Smith to miss the entire season, including Super Bowl XXVIII. On October 2, the Cowboys placed him on the non-football illness list and opted not to pay his entire $350,000 salary for the 1993 season, as well as his insurance, pension, and free agent credits, making Smith instead an offer of $100,000 and no credits, which he declined. The NFL Player's Association filed a grievance with the Cowboys on the behalf of Smith, alleging he was due his full salary, which he won after going through arbitration.


Jimmy Lee Smith Jr. (born February 9, 1969) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars. He played college football at Jackson State University.


His father Jimmy Smith Sr. played linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals in 1968. His popularity led some sushi restaurants in Jacksonville, Florida to honor him with a specialty sushi roll known as "The Jimmy Smith Roll". The roll consists of "smoked salmon, cream cheese,scallions and crabstick deep fried with spicy mayo sauce". . Rolls bearing Jimmy Smith's name can still be found at many sushi restaurants in Jacksonville and the surrounding areas.