"They take us right in and were like, 'All right, we need you guys to be ready to play. We don't have time to haze. You got to sing, buy your Popeye's, but that's it,'" Smith said Wednesday. "It's more so a family atmosphere and welcoming you in rather than tearing you down or isolating you. I don't get how hazing even brings a team closer. It's stupid to me."