Tyrone Smith

Tyrone Smith plays left tackle for the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football at USC. He has won several awards, including the Morris Trophy, which is given to the best offensive and defensive linemen in the West. Smith has a collegiate record of 109-0, and has started seven straight games for the Cowboys.

Smith has played his entire career for the Cowboys, where he was selected with the ninth overall pick in 2011. Since then, he has made 144 career starts, been selected to eight Pro Bowls, and has been named to two first-team All-Pro teams. He was also named to the NFL’s All-Decade team for the 2010s. Despite his impressive record, Smith has had to deal with a plethora of injuries throughout his career. Last season, he missed five games due to a neck injury.

Smith started out as a tight end, but transitioned to the defensive line in recent years. He has made a big impact on special teams, and should earn a significant role on the defensive line rotation this season. Tyrone Smith added a lot of weight in the past year, so his time on the defensive line should be more prominent.

Smith has spent most of his NFL career with the Cowboys. He was drafted by the team with the ninth overall pick in 2011. Smith has made 144 career starts and is an eight-time Pro Bowl selection. He has also earned two first-team All-Pro selections and two second-team selections. In addition, he was selected to the NFL’s All-Decade team. However, Smith has been plagued by injuries recently. Last season, he missed five games and missed most of last season with a neck injury.

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