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Chargers' Stone Smartt: No catches after season high
Smartt failed to corral his lone target in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Ravens.
After coming off back-to-back weeks with 20 or more offensive snaps and three targets, Smartt didn't get much playing time in Week 12, with no stats off only eight offensive snaps. The undrafted free agent saw his best game of the year in Week 11 with a touchdown off his sole 51-yard reception, but he has yet to record multiple receptions in a contest. On the season, the 25-year-old has seen 198 total snaps less than Donald Parham and Gerald Everett who both have tallied more than 300. He should continue to see a minimal role when the Chargers travel to New England in Week 13.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Finds end zone in win
Smartt caught one of three targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Packers.
Smartt's trip to the end zone was his first score of the 2023 campaign. The 25-year-old tight end played behind Donald Parham with Gerald Everett (chest) ruled out for the contest. Smartt saw three targets for the second straight week, so it's possible he'll continue to see increased involvement for the Chargers' offense that is in need of playmakers. He'll have the opportunity to build off this performance when the Chargers host the Ravens in Week 12.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Records 24-yard catch in loss
Smartt hauled in his lone target for a 24-yard gain in Sunday's 27-24 overtime loss to the Titans.
Smartt finished third among Chargers tight ends in offensive snaps in the Week 2 loss, with his 22 (34 percent share) placing him behind Donald Parham (31, 48 percent) and Gerald Everett (27, 42 percent). The latter two tight ends have been consistently more involved in the passing attack thus far, though Smartt recorded the longest reception of his young career on the Chargers' fourth-quarter touchdown drive.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Gets little use Week 14
Smartt hauled in his lone target for an eight-yard gain in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Dolphins.
Smartt has suited up in each of the Chargers' last four games, but the undrafted rookie out of Old Dominion logged just four snaps on offense Week 14. He's firmly behind Gerald Everett (56 snaps) and Tre' McKitty (40 snaps) in the pecking order at tight end.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Does little despite role increase
Smartt caught two of his three yards in the 27-20 loss to the Raiders on Sunday.
Smartt was technically listed as one of the starting tight ends alongside Gerald Everett, but that clearly was a false flag as nominal No. 2 tight end, Tre' McKitty, wound up out-snapping the undrafted rookie. It's hard to imagine Smartt earning an extended role provided the others above him on the depth chart stay healthy.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Catches lone target in debut
Smartt caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's 30-27 loss to the Chiefs.
The undrafted rookie actually wound up playing 19 snaps in his debut and was the only tight end to see a target, albeit a short dump-off. Smartt's playing time will likely cease with the eventual return of Gerald Everett (groin).... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Set for debut
Smartt (undisclosed) was activated off the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday.
The Chargers never announced why the undrafted rookie free agent missed the first 10 games of the season, but it's possible Smartt could see a number of offensive snaps in his debut with Gerald Everett (groin) questionable and Donald Parham (hamstring) on injured reserve. The 24-year-old actually played five games at wide receiver in his final year at Old Dominion and finished fourth on the team with 17 receptions for 167 yards.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Designated to return from NFI list
The Chargers designated Smartt (undisclosed) to return from the reserve/non-football injury list Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.
Smartt began the campaign on the NFI list due to an undisclosed injury, but it appears he could return to action before too long. With the move, the Chargers open a 21-day window for the tight end to be added to the active roster, but if he isn't, he'll revert back to the NFI list for the remainder of the campaign.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Placed on reserve/NFI list
The Chargers placed Smartt (undisclosed) on the reserve/non-football injury list Tuesday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Smartt began training camp on the active/NFI list, but he's since shifted to the reserve list. He'll be forced to miss a minimum of four games.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Stone Smartt: Sidelined to start camp
The Chargers placed Smartt on the non-football injury list Tuesday due to an unspecified issue, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.
Once he's activated from the list and able to participate in training camp, the undrafted rookie tight end out of Old Dominion will compete for a depth role.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-4, 226 lbs|
|Birthplace: Sacramento, CA|
|School: Old Dominion|