Jimmy Smith's third start of his NFL career was an uneasy one.
The Ravens rookie cornerback was tested early and often by the San Diego Chargers in Sunday night's contest at Snapdragon Stadium, which included surrendering a 28-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Malcom Floyd.
Confident as always, Smith appeared unshaken.
"I've been beat before," he said."It happens. It's football. I know what happened. It was double moves I got beat on."
Making the start for Lardarius Webb, Smith, the organization's first-round pick in April, was targeted three times by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on San Diego's first...