Dallas Cowboys claim running back Rod Smith from the Seattle Seahawks to fill their vacant roster spot.
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Rod Smith is a fifth-year senior who has more games played, carries, yards and rushing touchdowns than any back on the Ohio State roster … a powerful and bruising running back, he enters his senior season having played in 33 games … stats include 448 yards rushing off 83 carries with four touchdowns and a fine 5.4 yards per carry average … he didn’t lose a yard rushing until his 76th rushing attempt from scrimmage (a loss of five yards vs. Penn State last year), and the play remains his only attempt for lost yardage … as a receiver, Smith has eight career receptions for 86 yards and one touchdown … majoring in African-American studies.
Cowboys claimed Rod Smith RB from SEA to fill the vacant roster spot. Team now at 53.
— Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) October 14, 2015
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