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Lee Smith
TE #85
Height:
6-6
Weight:
265
Age:
26
College:
Marshall
Hometown:
Powell, TN
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2014 PRE):

REC
2
YDS
16
AVG
8
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 13 102 7.8 28 2 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2013 BUF 16 14 5 78 15.6 28 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 BUF 16 7 4 13 3.3 5 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 BUF 10 3 4 11 2.8 6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

PRO
Claimed by Buffalo and awarded off waivers from New England on Sept. 4, 2011... entered the NFL as a fifth-round (159th overall) draft choice of the Patriots in 2011.

PRO
Claimed by Buffalo and awarded off waivers from New England on Sept. 4, 2011... entered the NFL as a fifth-round (159th overall) draft choice of the Patriots in 2011.

2013
•    Vs. NE (9/8) and vs. CAR (9/15): Saw time at tight end and on special teams

•    At NYJ (9/22): Made his first start of the season with the offense opening the game with a two tight end formation

•    Vs. BAL (9/29): Started for the second game in a row and recorded a 28 yard catch-and-run in the third quarter - the longest reception of his NFL career

•    At CLE (10/3): Made his third consecutive start with the team opening the game in a two tight end formation... also saw action on special teams

•    Vs. CIN (10/13): Started for the fourth straight game... saw action at tight end and on special teams

•    At MIA (10/20): Made his fifth straight start and made one catch for an 18-yard gain

•    At NO (10/27): Started for the sixth straight game... saw action at tight end and on special teams

•    Vs. KC (11/3): Started for the sevent straight game... saw action at tight end and on special teams

•    At PIT (11/10): Made his eighth consecutive start at tight end... also saw time on special teams

•    Vs. NYJ (11/17): Caught one pass for a one-yard gain in his ninth start of the year

•    Vs. ATL (12/1): Made his 10th start on the season

•    At TB (12/8): Hauled in one catch for seven yards, matching personal single-season best of four (2011 and 2012)

•    At JAC (12/15): Made his 12th start on the season

•    Vs. MIA (12/22): Caught one pass for a 24-yard gain

•    At NE (12/29): Made his 14th start of the season

2012
•    Recorded the first two recieving touchdowns of his NFL career while playing in all 16 games and starting seven

•    Caught one pass for a five-yard gain at NYJ (9/9)

•    vs. KC (9/16): Made his first start of the season as the team opened up with a two tight end set

•    At CLE (9/23): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    vs. NE (9/30): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    At SF (10/7): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    At ARI (10/14): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    vs. TEN (10/21): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    at HOU (11/4): Saw action on offense and special teams

•    at NE (11/11): Caught his second pass of the season for a five-yard gain

•    vs. MIA (11/15): Started his second game of the season at tight end ... Played in the 20th game of his career ... Did not record any statistics

•    at IND (11/25): Started for the second consecutive game ... Caught the first touchdown pass of his career on a one-yard pass from QB Ryan Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter

•    vs. JAC (12/2): Played, did not record any statistics

•    vs. STL (12/9): Caught his second touchdown pass of his career in the third quarter on a two-yard pass from QB Ryan Fitzpatrick ... Started at tight end

•    vs. SEA (12/16): Started at tight end, his fifth start of the season

•    at MIA (12/23): Started at tight end, appearing in his 25th game in the NFL.

•    vs. NYJ (12/30): Started at tight end, did not record any statistics

2011
•    At KC (9/11), vs. OAK (9/18) and vs. NE (9/25): Inactive

•    Made his NFL and Buffalo Bills debut at CIN (10/2), but did not record any statistics

•    Recorded his first career special teams tackle vs. PHI (10/9) and saw action as a blocking tight end

•    Posted a tackle on special teams at NYG (10/16)

•    Saw action, but did not record any statistics vs. WAS (10/30), vs. NYJ (11/6) and at DAL (11/13)

•    Inactive at MIA (11/20)

•    Made first career NFL start at NYJ (11/27), did not record any statistics

•    Totaled three catches - the first of his NFL career - for 11 yards vs. TEN (12/4)

•    Started in place of TE Scott Chandler at SD (12/11), making one catch for a zero gain

•    Made third start of season at TE vs. MIA (12/18)... left the game in the second half with a ankle injury and did not return

•    PLACED ON INJURED RESERVE DECEMBER 20TH

COLLEGE
An All-Conference USA selection at tight end his senior year…Finished his career at Marshall with 75 catches for 791 yards

•    2009: w/ Marshall: Nominated for the Allstate Good Works Team and a candidate for national honors in 2010...named honorable mention All C-USA last season despite playing along-side Mackey Award Semi-Finalist Cody Slate who is now with the Kansas City Chiefs...team captain who is a tremendous blocker and receiver...Smith finished 2010 with 23 catches for 335 yards with most of those totals coming after Slate suffered a season ending injury against Southern Miss.

•    2008: w/ Marshall… Started 7-of-12 appearances...outstanding blocker and receiver...finished sixth on the team in receptions (12) and receiving yards (89)...recorded six catches for 53 yards against Wisconsin...tallied two receptions for 15 yards against Memphis...registered two catches for a total of 10 yards against West Virginia...made two tackles.

•    2007: w/Marshall: Saw significant action in his first season with Marshall on special teams and at tight end...started along with Cody Slate in the New Hampshire game...caught two passes for nine yards in a backup role with Slate and senior Brian Shope...returned a short kickoff 10 yards at UCF and improved on his blocking throughout the season.

•   2006: w/Marshall: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules…started collegiate career at Tennessee

PERSONAL
Father, Daryle, played on the offensive line at the University of Tennessee and spent six years in the National Football League playing with the Cowboys, Browns and Eagles before spending four years in the CFL...received the Cam Henderson Scholarship in 2010 and double majored in psychology and criminal justice...Lee and his wife, Alisha, have two children - son Brody and daughter Amanda.

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