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DeVonta Smith is eager to bring his event to the fans in the Lehigh Valley

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - We're closing in on the DeVonta Smith Celebrity Softball Game at Coca-Cola Park on June fourth. The game coming game coming to the Lehigh Valley as part of a way to go back to the roots of the days when Training Camp was held at Lehigh University. For Smith it's also all about giving back to the fans in this area.

DeVonta Smith identified as ‘former Philadelphia Eagle’ on jumbotron during 76ers game

The Philadelphia Eagles’ star wide receiver DeVonta Smith witnessed a major fumble during Sunday’s 76er’s playoff game. The 23-year-old Eagle was sitting courtside at the Sixers playoff game on Monday against the Miami Heat when a jumbotron video mislabeled him as a former member of the team. Don’t worry Eagles fans, Smith is still on the roster for the 2022 season. The jumbo-sized blunder was caught by an NBC Sports Philadelphia journalist, who tweeted out a photo of the bewildered star. The record-setting rookie later joked that he “got fired on his day off” on Twitter. As a student athlete at Alabama, Smith won the 2020 Heisman Trophy – the first wide receiver to do so since Desmond Howard in 1991. He the went on to lead Alabama to a national championship win after an undefeated season. Smith was drafted by the Eagles in 2021 as the 10th overall pick. He ran for a record-setting 916 receiving yards in his rookie season, setting a Philadelphia record.

Year 2: DeVonta Smith

DeVonta Smith will be heading into his second year in the NFL and the second year running this offense, which can only help his game improve. He is now familiar with the coach, quarterback, and the system. Smith and Hurts will hopefully continue building on the chemistry they already have leading to more success on the field. Further he will be in his second season as a pro and has more experience on how to handle the travel and business of football.

Look: 76ers jumbotron is already having Eagles move on from DeVonta Smith

The Philadelphia 76ers jumbotron listed DeVonta Smith as a former Eagles wide receiver during Game 4 on May 8. The Philadelphia 76ers were feeling great after Game 3, as they got star Joel Embiid back into the lineup and got their first win of their Eastern Conference Semi-Finals series against the Miami Heat. They had the chance to tie the series up at two games apiece with a Game 4 win on Sunday, May 8.

The Philadelphia 76ers called DeVonta Smith what now?

With training camp still a bit away, members of the Philadelphia Eagles are finding interesting ways to bide their time. Jason Kelce has tried his hand at hosting for WIP, Jalen Hurts successfully lobbied for A.J. Brown to force his way to Philly, and more than a few members of the Eagles have found their way across the sports complex to take in a Philadelphia 76ers game.

DeVonta Smith, former Philadelphia Eagle?

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith attended Game 4 of the Miami Heat-Philadelphia 76ers series in the NBA Playoffs on Sunday night. The home team gave the hometown NFL standout a shoutout on the video screens at the Wells Fargo Center during the contest, too. · DEVONTA SMITH LIKES EAGLES’...

DeVonta Smith has funny reaction to 76ers’ jumbotron mistake

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith made the most of an awkward moment at Sunday’s Philadelphia 76ers playoff game. Smith was among the Eagles players in attendance for Game 4 of the 76ers’ series against the Miami Heat. As is often the case, his presence was highlighted on the Wells Fargo Center jumbotron during the first quarter. There was just one problem: the graphic identified Smith as a “former Philadelphia Eagle.”