DeVonta Smith is in a walking boot, two weeks after Super Bowl


Eagles receiver DeVonta Smith suffered a lower-leg injury during Super Bowl LVII. Two weeks later, he’s still recovering from it.

Via, Smith rang the bell before the 76ers’ game against the Celtics. Smith was wearing a walking boot on his right leg.

Smith left the locker room after the loss to the Chiefs wearing a boot. While there’s no reason to believe the injury will limit his ability to participate in the offseason program, the presence of the boot means it’s a situation worth watching as the offseason continues to unfold.

Smith led all receivers in Super Bowl LVII with 100 receiving yards. He matched Chiefs receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster with the most catches in the game, at seven.

Meanwhile, Smith is a Celtics fan. After Boston won the game, and Smith received a signed jersey from Jayson Tatum, who scored a record-high 55 points last Sunday in the All-Star Game.

12 responses to “DeVonta Smith is in a walking boot, two weeks after Super Bowl

  1. He got rag dolled in the SB. Just such a slightly built receiver. He also excels at *almost making catches

  2. 3rd best wr in the NFC behind Brown & Jefferson I can’t put Jefferson at 1 he disappears too much in big games just like Diggs

  3. Yo Court, what game were you watching? Lost by 3 points on a last minute field goal, I don’t think any team outplayed the other, the defense was the problem, and one fumble. You sound like a Dallas fan.

  4. That’s probably from the terrible field condition at the super bowl.


    Or you could just watch the game and see that his foot got twisted up while being tackled and he limped off.

  5. paybizzy76 says:
    February 26, 2023 at 5:02 pm
    Product of a field that was rigged for a shoot out

    We can stop with the conspiracy theories. The field was substandard, but apparently no different than that field has been many times before according to other players.
    The NFL needs to do a better job of monitoring these details to insure an excellent playing field for their showcase game, but this wasn’t a conspiracy against the Eagles. Did the Eagles spec the appropriate cleats considering the field conditions?

  6. Jayson Tat-um – one of the most overrated NBA players ever. He isn’t that good and misses so many shots.

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