Jackie Smith Net Worth
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$51’000’000. *This information was provided by Glory Applegate, 25 years old. From Haynesville, Louisiana
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1,62m.*This information was provided by Quent, 44 years old. Job: (House-Mover Helper). From Sunshine, Louisiana.
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Jackie Smith information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1940-02-23
Profession: Art Department
Jackie Larue Smith (born February 23, 1940) is a former professional American football player in the National Football League. He played tight end for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys from 1963 to 1978. He has career marks of 480 receptions, 7,918 yards, and 40 touchdowns. He attended Northwestern Louisiana State University, now Northwestern State University.An outstanding football and track competitor at Northwest Louisiana, Smith joined the Cardinals in 1963. Smith was a talented receiver, a punishing blocker, a fierce competitor and an excellent runner after he caught the ball. He even handled the Cardinalspunting chores his first three seasons.Smith became the Cardinalsstarting tight end during his 1963 rookie season and remained a fixture at that spot the rest of his tenure in St. Louis. He gained 212 yards on nine receptions against the Pittsburgh Steelers that year.The teams offensive co-captain, Smith had a string of 45 straight games from 1967 to 1970 with at least one reception. He played in 121 straight games, starting with his first NFL contest until a knee injury sidelined him in his ninth season in 1971.Injuries slowed him again in 1975 and 1976 but Smith still played in 198 games. Smith played in five straight Pro Bowls, and was named All-NFL in 1967 and 1969. He had his single-season best performance in 1967 when he had 56 receptions for 1,205 yards and nine touchdowns.After spending his entire career with the Cardinals, Smith signed with Dallas in 1978. Although the 38-year old Smith was used only as a blocking tight end in the goal line formation and did not catch a pass during the entire season, joining Dallas allowed him to make his only trip to the Super Bowl, which ended up leaving a mark on his career. With his team trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-14 in the third quarter of Super Bowl XIII, Smith dropped a third down pass in the end zone from Roger Staubach. The Cowboys ended up losing the game by four points, 35-31, and Smith retired before the start of the next season.During his career, he caught more than 40 passes seven times.At the time of his retirement, Smiths 7,918 receiving yards were the most ever by an NFL tight end, and would remain so until surpassed by Ozzie Newsomes 7,980 yards in 1990.ESPN ranked Smiths dropped pass in the end zone #24 on their list of 100 Greatest Super Bowl Moments.On January 29, 1994, Smith was officially voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. In 2001, he was inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame.