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Khreem Smith     Add to Player Tracker

Born: July 7, 1979
Hometown: Miami, FL
6' 4", 265
College: Oklahoma State
Other Pro Experience: NFL CFL 
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Roster Status: Injured List

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Baltimore's Smith Named Defensive Lineman of the Year
AFL Press Release
The Arena Football League has announced that Baltimore Brigade lineman Khreem Smith has been named 2017 AFL Defensive Lineman of the Year. Smith becomes the first-ever honoree to win this award on the first-year of an expansion team.

Sharks collapse in loss to Gladiators
WJXT Jacksonville

Shock-Rattlers defines AFL rivalry
The Spokesman Review

Top Five All-Time Shock-Rattlers Games
KHQ Right Now

Arena football a pipeline to Lions
Vancouver Sun

Shock game has all the elements, including the outdoors
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

No mystery this time: Meyer will start for Shock
The Spokesman Review

No mystery at QB for Shock this time
The Spokesman Review

Shock will try to improve playoff chances at Arizona
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Arena Football League: Controlling Blaze is main objective for Power
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Shock defense makes addition by subtraction
The Spokesman Review

Shock defense on the rise
The Spokesman Review

Shock call on ex-EWU quarterback Meyer
The Spokesman Review

Shock will start Hansen at QB
The Spokesman Review

Smith lightens locker room, dims opponents’ hopes
Brian Beaudry,
Khreem Smith strikes terror in opposing quarterbacks, bursting through offensive lines like an Alien bursting through a sternum. The veteran lineman shares not only knowledge learned from an extensive career full of championships in the af2 (Memphis Xplorers, 2005), AFL (Chicago Rush, 2006) and CIFL (Chicago Slaughter, 2009) and time in the NFL, but he shares his own brand of humor with teammates.

Raudabaugh, Jones and Bush earn week 8 honors
AFL Press Release
Dallas QB DAN RAUDABAUGH, Milwaukee WR/DB ANDRE JONES and Orlando WR JOSH BUSH have been named Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, Riddell Defensive Player of the Week and JLS Ironman of the Week, respectively, for Week 8 of the 2011 AFL season.

Shock hang on to defeat No. 1 Arizona
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Shock hand Rattlers first defeat
The Spokesman Review

Shock host to Iron
The Spokesman Review

Rush Clinch Division
The National Sports Review
The Chicago Rush accomplished a great deal in their 72-28 victory over the Los Angeles Avengers. They clinched the Central Division with five weeks to go, clinched a bye and home playoff game, set three team records, broke out new uniforms which they should consider never taking off and proved that the best team in the Arena Football League may be in the American Conference.

AFL presence
Asbury Park Press
Through last Tuesday, 17 current NFL players also played in Arena Football, including two of the indoor league's most recent stars.