Smith continues to hang tough on 4th and Long
Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Nashville, Tenn. - Ahmaad Smith, a former defensive back at Tennesssee State University, continues to display that he has what it takes to play in the NFL on "4th and Long".
Using the one-on-one, wide receiver vs. defensive back drill, judges eliminated a wide receiver now leaving five contestants (three defensive backs and two wideouts). A few weeks ago, Smith faced the same challenge defeating his opponent in the best of five.

"4th and Long" airs Monday nights at 10 p.m. on Spike TV and is hosted by former Dallas Cowboy pro bowler and NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin.

The show, filmed at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, debuted on May 18th and featured 12 athletes (six defensive backs, six wide receivers) ranging from the collegiate, semi-pro, and Arena Football League ranks.

The winner after the ten episodes will fill the last remaining spot on the Dallas Cowboys' 80-man roster.

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