Mike Wallace plans to curse more people out to make up for Steve Smith's absence
Wallace thinks the Ravens need to have someone take over for the fiery former receiver
Steve Smith was one of the best wide receivers of his generation. Between the time he entered the league in 2001 and the time he exited in 2016, only six players had more receptions than Smith, only nine had more touchdowns, and none had more receiving yards.
While his on-field exploits were terrific, Smith was also known as a Aqib Talib as "another notch on the bedpost" and telling him to "ice up, son"?. Who can forget him referring to
"I just have to curse a couple more people out, choke a couple more people out," Wallace said, per ESPN.com. "I was telling (receivers coach) Bobby Engram last meeting that I've got to come back in with a different attitude and I've got to start pushing people around a little bit more because Steve isn't going to be here and somebody has to do it. So, I'm going to take over that role. Breshad (Perriman), if he gets out of line, I'm going to smack him up a little bit."
Get ready for some weird interactions with Mike Wallace, Breshad.
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