Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens Steve Smith Sr. is Not a Fan of NFL's Top 100

Smith Sr. let his thoughts about the list be known on Twitter.

Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. has never been one to shy away from speaking his mind. His aggressive, all-out style of play on the field translates to how he behaves off it.

When he's not on the field barking at or engaging with an opposing corner, he's doing it through social media or in an interview, carrying a chip on his shoulder every step of the way.

Smith turned his attention to the NFL's Top 100 list, which players around the league vote for each year. Dealing with a torn Achilles, Smith played only seven games last season, thus missing out on the top 100 for 2016.

Ravens running back Justin Forsett was asked about who he'd like to see on the list next year. Forsett mentioned Smith, saying the 37-year-old is still playing at a high level and has for a long time.

https://twitter.com/nflnetwork/status/750494508161363970

After the NFL Network posted the tweet above, Smith decided to give his own thoughts on the list.

https://twitter.com/89SteveSmith/status/750497213294514176

Players such as Le'Veon Bell still made the list after only playing in five games, while Smith was left off, likely because of his lack of a full year of statistics.

One can only expect this to add fuel to Smith's always-blazing competitive fire as he enters his 16th NFL season.


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