Aldon Smith
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Team: Oakland RaidersHt/Wt: 6-4/265
Position: LBBorn: 9/25/1989 Birthplace: Raytown, MO
College: MissouriDraft: 1st Round 7th pick by 49ers (2011)

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Sep. 13, 201510:06 PM PT11:06 PM MT12:06 AM CT1:06 AM ET5:06 GMT1:06 PM 北京时间10:06 PM MST12:06 AM EST12:06 AM CT9:06 UAE1:06 ET4:06 - Smith is active for the season opener just two days after signing with the Oakland Raiders.
Analysis: The troubled pass rusher is set to make his Raiders debt on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Smith was released last month by San Francisco after his latest run-in with the law and signed with Oakland on Friday.
Sep. 11, 201510:13 AM PT11:13 AM MT12:13 PM CT1:13 PM ET17:13 GMT1:13 AM 北京时间10:13 AM MST12:13 PM EST12:13 PM CT21:13 UAE13:13 ET16:13 - The Raiders signed Smith on Friday, five weeks after he was released by San Francisco. The 49ers cut ties with Smith on Aug. 7, a day after his fifth arrest since being drafted by the team in 2011. Smith was arrested in Santa Clara on charges of drunken driving, hit and run and vandalism.
Analysis: "We are confident that the Raiders provide an environment where Aldon can thrive through the support, structure and leadership within the building," general manager Reggie McKenzie said in a statement. "We are excited to have Aldon here in the Raiders family." Smith was suspended for the first nine games last season for violating the NFL's substance-abuse and personal-conduct policies. The league says he is currently eligible to play despite his latest arrest.
Aug. 7, 20157:52 AM PT8:52 AM MT9:52 AM CT10:52 AM ET14:52 GMT10:52 PM 北京时间7:52 AM MST9:52 AM EST9:52 AM CT18:52 UAE10:52 ET13:52 - The 49ers have released Smith after police in Northern California arrested him for hit and run, drunken driving and vandalism.
Analysis: Smith was arrested two years ago on drunken driving charges. Smith missed five games in 2013 after that arrest and went into a substance abuse rehabilitation clinic. Last fall, Smith received a nine-game suspension for what the league called violations of its substance-abuse and personal-conduct policies.