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Topic - Antonio Smith
The Oakland Raiders added two more playoff-tested veterans to their rebuilding defense.
Defensive end Antonio Smith and cornerback Corey Graham are going to visit Redskins Park, according to reports.
The Washington Redskins opened free agency not with the familiar Dan Snyder splash but instead with a few noteworthy ripples, keeping a couple of key players while adding an offensive lineman, a special teams standout and a No. 2 receiver.
Smith ripped the helmet off Dolphins guard Richie Incognito's head, then hit Incognito on the shoulder with it in last Saturday night's preseason game. The two also went at it in last season's opener.
Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith lost his cool in a preseason game, and it's going to keep him out of the team's season opener.
Houston outside linebacker Mario Williams left Sunday's game against Oakland with an injured pectoral muscle.
Texans defensive end Antonio Smith sees the same growth potential in Houston that he did in his early years playing for Arizona.
"There is a commitment to get better, there is a commitment to try and make this defense a great defense," he said. "Both those guys are guys that I've watched over the years, especially Tuck, I've always kept my eye on him. I think he does a lot of the same things I do. I'm excited to be able to rush with him and work with him."
"My mom taught me and my dad taught me how to get rid of bullies," said Antonio Smith of the Houston Texans.