Roquan Smith Requests Trade off from Chicago Bears

Roquan Daevon Smith is an American Football linebacker from the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. He recorded total 524 Tackles in his career. 

Roquan Daevon Smith born in April 8, 1997 in Montezuma, Georgia, United States. 

Roquan Daevon Smith played college football at Georgia. He became the first Georgia Bulldog to win the Butkus award. 

Smith as a true freshman at Georgia in 2015, he played in 12 games and recorded 20 Tackles. 

In 2016, Roquan Smith started 10 of 13 games, recorded 95 Tackles.

In 2017, Roquan Smith was named MVP of the SEC Championship Game and SEC Defensive Player of the year by the Associated Press. 

In 2018, Smith owned a number of records in his career i.e. DeShone Kizer on his first career snap, recorded his first career interception off Jared Goff. He also recorded 78 Tackles in various Game in the year.  

In 2020, Smith become the first Bears player with multiple interceptions in a game since Ha Ha Clinton Dix in 2019. He was elected to the Sporting News and Associated Press’s as All-Pro. 

In 2021, Smith recorded his name in the position of the most Tackles by a Bears player in a single game since Brian Urlacher had 19 in 2006. 

All-Pro linebacker Roquan Smith officially requested a trade out of the organization on Monday due to lack of productive contract talks. 

Smith is entering the final year of his five year rookie contract and through his statement wrote that he want to be dealt to another team in part as he feels the Bears don’t value him appropriately. 

Smith wrote in the statement, the new front office doesn’t value me in Bears, they have left me no choice than to request a trade that allows me to play for an organization that truly values. 

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