Sleeper Running Back : Kolby Smith

Posted: 9th November 2009 by Vic W in NFL
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The Kansas City Chiefs today released troubled starting RB Larry Johnson after a week-long suspension for posts on his Twitter page that disparaged head coach Todd Haley and gays. JohnsonÆs release now clears the way for the return of his former backup Kolby Smith to share carries with Jamaal Charles. Kolby SmithÆs best year was in 2007, where he played in 16 games for 407 yards and two TDs as JohnsonÆs backup. In 2008 he sustained a severe knee injury requiring surgery eight weeks before the end of the season. Smith played his first NFL game in Week Nineùgathering a token handful of yards and carries. SmithÆs workload is figured to increase over the course of the rest of the season as he works out a timeshare with Jamaal Charles. Smith is 5Æ11ö 217 lbs and is thought to be a betwee ...

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