Jets released OT Jason Smith.
Jets acquired RT Jason Smith from the Rams in exchange for RT Wayne Hunter.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch believes Rams RT Jason Smith is on the roster bubble.
Rams RT Jason Smith is losing some first-team reps to Barry Richardson.
Rams GM Les Snead admits he's not sure if Jason Smith is the team's long-term answer at right tackle.
Rams RT Jason Smith has agreed to slash his $10 million 2012 salary to $4 million.
Rams RT Jason Smith (concussions) is participating in this week's team activities.
The Rams anticipate RT Jason Smith (concussions) being fully medically cleared for Organized Team Activities.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Rams' "new regime isn't ready to pull the plug" on OT Jason Smith.
A league source tells NFL.com Rams RT Jason Smith "won't be back" at his current 2012 base salary of $10 million, and is a candidate for release.
Profootballtalk.com reports that Rams RT Jason Smith "will be landing on waivers" if he doesn't agree to a dramatic salary reduction for 2012.
Rams RT Jason Smith is scheduled to count $13.3 million against the salary cap in 2012.
Rams placed RT Jason Smith (concussions) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo hinted Monday the Rams may soon send RT Jason Smith (concussion) to injured reserve.