FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- The Falcons have re-signed fullback Keith Smith to a one-year deal, the organization announced on Wednesday morning.
Smith's agent A.J. Vaynerchuk reported the news on Monday.
Smith is entering into his 10th year in the league after the Cowboys picked him up as an undrafted free agent in 2014. Over the last decade, Smith has made a career of being an asset on special teams and role player on offense at fullback.
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He's been with the Falcons since 2019, signing a three-year deal with Atlanta in March of 2020 after he appeared in all 16 games in the previous season. Throughout the next three seasons, Smith never missed a game. In fact, he hasn't missed a game since 2015, his second year in the league.
Smith provides continued stability in a role that often times goes overlooked. His contract is valued at $2.35 million.