On Wednesday, the Vikes sent Dwight Smith packing and looking for a new home. Brad Childress finally had enough of Smith and his antics. He is a decent player on the field, but off the field that is a totally different story.Here are some of his incidentences while he was will the Purple:
He was charged with indecent conduct on Aug. 26, 2006, after police found him in a Block E stairwell engaged in sex with a woman. He was benched for the 2006 season opener at Washington, and later pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.
Last month, Smith pleaded guilty to obstructing traffic, a petty misdemeanor, and had charges of marijuana possession against him dismissed last month stemming from an incident on Dec. 13.On the cutting of Smith--Coach Brad Childress wouldn't get into specifics, merely saying it was the right time for the team to move in a different direction.I hope that we can find a good replacement for him in Free Agency considering that we have a lackluster group in the seconday except Darren Sharper of course.