Brad Smith WR PHI 17 Days

Smith (groin) is active Monday at Indianapolis, Sheil Kapadia of PhillyMag.com reports.

Smith is far down the Eagles' wide receiver ranks. If in need of production, owners should focus their attention on Jordan Matthews outside of top options Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper.

Brad Smith WR PHI 19 Days

Smith (groin) is probable for Monday's game against the Colts, the Eagles' official site reports.

As long as Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper and Jordan Matthews remain healthy, Smith's opportunities in the Eagles' offense figure to remain sporadic.

Brad Smith WR PHI 27 Days

Smith (groin) is probable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.

Smith is listed as Philadelphia's third wideout ahead of rookie second-round pick Jordan Matthews, but that's likely just a ceremonial nod toward Smith's veteran status. He's mostly off the fantasy radar at the moment, though coach Chip Kelly's creativity means Smith could get a chance to show his running skills at some point.

Brad Smith WR PHI 2 Months

Smith, Afeanyi Momah and Arrelious Benn started Friday's preseason game against the Patriots, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.

With Jeremy Maclin (hamstring) and Riley Cooper (foot) out, the Eagles opted not to start either of their promising rookie wideouts, Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff (shoulder). Though Smith's versatility will help his chances of making the final roster, he doesn't figure to do much in the passing game this season. The same goes for Afeanyi Momah and Arrelious Benn, although someone will have to step up if all the injuries lingers. Despite starting, Smith did not register a target in Friday's game.

Brad Smith WR PHI 6 Months

Eagles WR/KR Brad Smith has agreed to a restructured contract.

Smith was owed $1.3 million this season, but the new deal lowers his base salary by $395,000. He's now due just $450,000 in guaranteed money. Smith, 30, will compete for a role on special teams and as a reserve wideout.

Brad Smith WR PHI 11 Months

Eagles will sign WR/KR Brad Smith.

The Bills waived Smith off injured reserve Friday. He'll step into Chip Kelly's scheme as depth at wideout and a potential Wildcat quarterback. Smith, 30, could also very well take Damaris Johnson's job on both punt and kickoff returns.

Brad Smith WR PHI 11 Months

Bills waived WR Brad Smith with an injury settlement.

Smith injured his ribs during the preseason and was placed on injured reserve at final cuts. He's 100 percent healthy. Smith turns 30 years old next month. He can play receiver, run the wildcat, and contribute on special teams.

Brad Smith WR PHI Aug 30 '13

Bills placed WR Brad Smith and FB Drew Smith on injured reserve, ending their seasons.

It's actually a nice outcome for B. Smith, who was in danger of losing his roster spot. He'll get his full $1.5 million salary spending the year on I.R.

Brad Smith WR PHI Jul 26 '13

Bills WR Brad Smith has agreed to a restructured contract.

No details are available, but he likely took a pay cut. While the renegotiated deal should increase Smith's roster chances, he's still squarely on the bubble.

Brad Smith WR PHI Jul 10 '13

BuffaloBills.com left Brad Smith off its list of receivers with "relatively secure futures in Buffalo."

Back to being a full-time wideout, Smith wasn't lumped in with Stevie Johnson, T.J. Graham, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin. Reporter Chris Brown does call Smith a "dependable veteran" who "made his share of plays in the spring." Ultimately, it's hard to see Smith surviving his $2.75 million salary and keeping his roster spot.