Justin Smith
Justin Smith
justin smith, justin smith jersey, justin smith autograph, justin smith 49ers poster, justin smith cholesterol, justin smith 49ers jersey, justin smith photo 49ers.
Go Back


Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!


Vectors and 3D Models

City Images, Travel Images, Safe Images

Howto - How To - Illustrated Answers


Justin Smith (defensive end)
Justin Smith (born September 30, 1979), nicknamed "The Cowboy", is a former American football defensive end who played in the National Football League

View Wikipedia Article

Not to be confused with Justin Smith (linebacker). Justin Smith Justin Smith in 2012No. 90, 94Position: Defensive endPersonal informationBorn: (1979-09-30) September 30, 1979 (age 38)
Jefferson City, MissouriHeight: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)Weight: 285 lb (129 kg)Career informationHigh school: Jefferson City (MO)College: MissouriNFL Draft: 2001 / Round: 1 / Pick: 4Career history
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2001–2007)
  • San Francisco 49ers (2008–2014)
Career highlights and awards
  • 5× Pro Bowl (2009–2013)
  • 2× First-team All-Pro (2011, 2012)
  • 3× Second-team All-Pro (2011–2013)
  • 2× San Francisco 49ers MVP (2008, 2011)
  • Pro Football Focus Defensive Player of the Year (2011)
  • Sports Illustrated Defensive Player of the Year (2011)
  • First-team All-American (2000)
  • 2× First-team All-Big 12 (1999, 2000)
Career NFL statistics Tackles: 880Quarterback sacks: 87.0Forced fumbles: 17Interceptions: 3 Player stats at NFL.com

Justin Smith (born September 30, 1979), nicknamed "The Cowboy",[1] is a former American football defensive end who played in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Missouri, where he was an All-American, and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals fourth overall in the 2001 NFL Draft. Smith also played for the San Francisco 49ers.

  • 1 Early years
  • 2 College career
  • 3 Professional career
    • 3.1 Cincinnati Bengals
    • 3.2 San Francisco 49ers
    • 3.3 NFL statistics
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early years

Smith was born in Jefferson City, Missouri. He attended Jefferson City High School, where he played high school football for the Jefferson City Jays.[2]

College career

Smith played for the Missouri Tigers football team while majoring in general studies at the University of Missouri. In his junior season at Missouri he logged 11 sacks, 24 tackles-for-loss and 97 total tackles. His sacks and tackles-for-loss set school season records, and he set the school's sacks record two years in a row, having logged eight as a sophomore. As a junior, he earned first-team All-America honors from the Football Writers Association of America and was a first-team All-Big 12 selection. As a sophomore, he also earned first-team All-Big 12 honors. In 1998, he became the first true freshman since 1986 to start every game for Missouri. He entered the 2001 NFL Draft following his junior year.

Professional career Cincinnati Bengals

Justin was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in first round (fourth overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.[3] He signed with the team on September 8, following protracted contract negotiations, and had roster exemption for the September 9 season opener vs. New England. He signed a six-year, $10 million contract that included a $1.25 million signing bonus. Despite missing all of the preseason plus the first regular-season game, Smith logged a Bengals rookie-record 8.5 sacks, breaking the mark of 8.0 set by James Francis in 1990. He finished second on the line in total tackles (53) and first in solos (41) and had the second-most sacks by an NFL rookie in 2001, topped only by the 9.0 of Pittsburgh’s Kendrell Bell.

In his second season with the Bengals, he started every game at RDE and led team in sacks (6.5), led defensive line in tackles (59) and also led the team in sack yardage (56). He played 95.5 percent of the defensive snaps (934 of 978), second on team. He ended the season with 6.5 sacks, giving him a total of 15 for his first two seasons, most by a Cincinnati Bengal in his first two seasons since 1976-77.

In his third season with the Bengals, he recorded 60 tackles of which 41 were solo. He also added another 5.0 sacks. Where he also played as an outside linebacker.

His fourth season saw him lead the team in sacks (8.0) and sack yardage (70.5). He also led the defense in snaps played (94.4 percent), and he recorded 70 tackles.

In 2005, Smith led the team once again in sacks (6.0), making it his third time to lead the team in his five seasons. In his other two seasons, he finished one sack or less behind the team leader. By the end of his fifth year, he had moved into fifth place on Bengals all-time sacks list with a total of 34.

On February 15, 2007, the Bengals designated the franchise tag on him. He signed the one-year franchise contract that earned him $8.64 million in 2007. He led the league in assisted tackles in 2007 with 29.

San Francisco 49ers Justin Smith lined up against Marshall Newhouse in 2012

On March 1, 2008, he signed a six-year, $45 million deal with the San Francisco 49ers. The deal included an $11 million signing bonus.[4] In his first season with San Francisco, Smith registered 7 sacks, 73 tackles and one interception.[5]

Smith was selected for five consecutive Pro Bowls from 2009 to 2013.[6] In 2011 and 2012, he was named to the Associated Press All-Pro team both as a Defensive End and as a Defensive Tackle. He was eligible for the honor at both positions because the 49ers used him as a defensive end in their 3-4 base defense, while frequently moving him inside to DT for their 4-2 nickel defense.[7] He had been mentioned by many pundits as a candidate to win the 2011 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award, and finished third with 6 out of 50 votes.[8]

At the end of the 2012 season, Smith and the 49ers appeared in Super Bowl XLVII. In the game, he had three combined tackles as the 49ers fell to the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 34–31.[9]

Smith appeared on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2012, and was projected by his peers to be the 17th best player coming into the 2012 season.

On May 18, 2015, Smith announced that he had decided to retire after 14 seasons in the NFL.[10]

NFL statistics NFL Games Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Season Team GP Total Solo Ast Sacks Pass Def Int Yards Long TD FF FR 2001 Cincinnati Bengals 15 53 41 12 8.5 3 2 28 21 -- 0 -- 2002 Cincinnati Bengals 16 59 47 12 6.5 2 -- -- -- -- 2 -- 2003 Cincinnati Bengals 16 60 41 19 5.0 3 -- -- -- -- 1 -- 2004 Cincinnati Bengals 16 70 41 29 8.0 2 -- -- -- -- 2 2 2005 Cincinnati Bengals 16 65 45 20 6.0 2 -- -- -- -- 1 1 2006 Cincinnati Bengals 16 81 50 31 7.5 3 -- -- -- -- 1 2 2007 Cincinnati Bengals 16 78 49 29 2.0 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2008 San Francisco 49ers 16 73 50 23 7.0 3 1 0 0 -- 1 -- 2009 San Francisco 49ers 16 55 40 15 6.0 1 -- -- -- -- 2 2 2010 San Francisco 49ers 16 70 57 13 8.5 1 -- -- -- -- 1 -- 2011 San Francisco 49ers 16 58 45 13 7.5 2 -- -- -- -- 3 1 2012 San Francisco 49ers 14 66 47 19 3.0 2 -- -- -- -- -- 1 2013 San Francisco 49ers 16 49 32 17 6.5 -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 2014 San Francisco 49ers 16 43 28 15 5.0 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1 Career Total - 880 613 267 87.0 29 3 28 21 -- 17 10 Personal life

Smith is originally from the town of Holts Summit, Missouri, which is near Jefferson City, the state capital. He earned All-State honors and was two-time all-district football choice at Jefferson City High School. While at JCHS, he was selected to SuperPrep's All-American and Top 50 teams as a senior. He is the owner of Railwood Golf Club in central Missouri.[11]

  1. ^ "Justin Smith just does his job". Retrieved 18 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Justin Smith calls it a career". News Tribune. Retrieved 2017-12-07. 
  3. ^ "2001 NFL Draft Listing". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2018-06-16. 
  4. ^ Brooks, Bucky (2008-03-01). "Smith, 49ers agree to six-year deal". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 2008-03-01. 
  5. ^ NFL (2008-03-01). "Justin Smith". NFL.com. Retrieved 2009-02-17. 
  6. ^ Justin Smith to Represent 49ers in 2012 Pro Bowl | KOMU.com | Columbia, MO |
  7. ^ Jason Turbow (January 13, 2012). "2 Smiths Add Up to Trouble for 49ers' Opponents". New York Times. Retrieved 2012-01-17. 
  8. ^ "Ravens' Suggs wins AP Defensive Player of the Year". Associated Press. Feb 4, 2012. Retrieved 2013-01-14. 
  9. ^ "Super Bowl XLVII - San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens - February 3rd, 2013". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2017-12-02. 
  10. ^ "49ers' Justin Smith Retires After 14 Seasons". BallerStatus.com. May 18, 2015. 
  11. ^ http://espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/2012/story/_/id/8894385/super-bowl-xlvii-justin-smith-just-does-job
External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to Justin Smith (American football).
  • San Francisco 49ers bio
  • v
  • t
  • e
2001 NFL draft first-round selections
  • Michael Vick
  • Leonard Davis
  • Gerard Warren
  • Justin Smith
  • LaDainian Tomlinson
  • Richard Seymour
  • Andre Carter
  • David Terrell
  • Koren Robinson
  • Jamal Reynolds
  • Dan Morgan
  • Damione Lewis
  • Marcus Stroud
  • Kenyatta Walker
  • Rod Gardner
  • Santana Moss
  • Steve Hutchinson
  • Jeff Backus
  • Casey Hampton
  • Adam Archuleta
  • Nate Clements
  • Will Allen
  • Deuce McAllister
  • Willie Middlebrooks
  • Freddie Mitchell
  • Jamar Fletcher
  • Michael Bennett
  • Derrick Gibson
  • Ryan Pickett
  • Reggie Wayne
  • Todd Heap
  • v
  • t
  • e
Cincinnati Bengals first-round draft picks
  • Johnson
  • Cook
  • Reid
  • Holland
  • White
  • Curtis
  • Kollar
  • Cameron
  • Brooks
  • Griffin
  • Edwards
  • Whitley
  • Cobb
  • Browner
  • Bush
  • Thompson
  • Alexander
  • Muñoz
  • Verser
  • Collins
  • Rimington
  • Hunley
  • Koch
  • Blados
  • Brown
  • King
  • Kelly
  • McGee
  • Buck
  • Dixon
  • Francis
  • A. Williams
  • Klingler
  • D. Williams
  • Copeland
  • Wilkinson
  • Carter
  • Anderson
  • Wilson
  • Spikes
  • Simmons
  • Ak. Smith
  • Warrick
  • J. Smith
  • Jones
  • Palmer
  • Perry
  • Pollack
  • Joseph
  • Hall
  • Rivers
  • An. Smith
  • Gresham
  • Green
  • Kirkpatrick
  • Zeitler
  • Eifert
  • Dennard
  • Ogbuehi
  • Jackson III
  • Ross
  • Price
  • v
  • t
  • e
Cincinnati Bengals 2001 NFL draft selections
  • Justin Smith
  • Chad Johnson
  • Sean Brewer
  • Rudi Johnson
  • Victor Leyva
  • Riall Johnson
  • T. J. Houshmandzadeh

The Philosopher: A History in Six Types
The Philosopher: A History in Six Types
What would the global history of philosophy look like if it were told not as a story of ideas but as a series of job descriptions―ones that might have been used to fill the position of philosopher at different times and places over the past 2,500 years? The Philosopher does just that, providing a new way of looking at the history of philosophy by bringing to life six kinds of figures who have occupied the role of philosopher in a wide range of societies around the world over the millennia―the Natural Philosopher, the Sage, the Gadfly, the Ascetic, the Mandarin, and the Courtier. The result is at once an unconventional introduction to the global history of philosophy and an original exploration of what philosophy has been―and perhaps could be again.By uncovering forgotten or neglected philosophical job descriptions, the book reveals that philosophy is a universal activity, much broader―and more gender inclusive―than we normally think today. In doing so, The Philosopher challenges us to reconsider our idea of what philosophers can do and what counts as philosophy.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Hillbilly Epicurean
Hillbilly Epicurean
Denver Crawley’s uninspired but privileged life comes to an end when he is forced to take a job with a basement level department of the U.S. government. His days are now mired in monotony as he sits in a tiny concrete block office, thumbing through various forms of media attempting to find reference to the supernatural. But when he finds a series of cases with loosely drawn connections left by his predecessor, he is thrust into a world beyond anything he can understand. With the help of a consultant, Dr. Eric Drummond Smith, he begins to unravel the complexities of the many realities that parallel our own, and discovers the threat residing just beyond their borders. Now the fate of our world rests on the shoulders of a defunct government employee, a political scientist and his demon.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Statin Nation: The Ill-Founded War on Cholesterol, What Really Causes Heart Disease, and the Truth About the Most Overprescribed Drugs in the World
Statin Nation: The Ill-Founded War on Cholesterol, What Really Causes Heart Disease, and the Truth About the Most Overprescribed Drugs in the World
Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and for decades conventional health authorities have pushed that the culprits are fat and cholesterol clogging up coronary arteries. Consequently, lowering cholesterol has become a hugely lucrative business, and cholesterol-lowering Statin drugs are now the most prescribed medication in the world, with clinical data showing one billion people eligible for prescription. However, these cholesterol guidelines have been heavily criticized, and increasingly, doctors and researchers have been questioning the role cholesterol plays in heart disease. We now know that people with heart disease often do not, in fact, have high cholesterol, and even the strongest supporters of the cholesterol hypothesis now admit that no ideal level of cholesterol can be identified. Large-scale studies have proven that statins are not generating the benefits that were predicted, and new research shows that high cholesterol may actually prevent heart disease. Worse still, millions of people in the United States and worldwide are taking statins preventatively, at great cost to their health. A complete reevaluation of the real causes of heart disease is long overdue, not to mention an inquiry into why the pharmaceutical industry continues to overprescribe statins (and market them aggressively to consumers) despite this evidence. Statin Nation offers a new understanding of heart disease, and Justin Smith forges an innovative path away from the outdated cholesterol myth with a viable alternative model to address the real causes of heart disease. Statin Nation provides detailed examinations of nutritional alternatives that are up to six times more effective than statins, and other interventions that have been shown to be up to eleven times more effective than statins. But all of these methods are currently ignored by health authorities. Smith provides a heart disease prevention plan that anyone can use, providing hope for the future of heart-disease treatment with a purpose.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Irrationality: A History of the Dark Side of Reason
Irrationality: A History of the Dark Side of Reason
A fascinating history that reveals the ways in which the pursuit of rationality often leads to an explosion of irrationalityIt’s a story we can’t stop telling ourselves. Once, humans were benighted by superstition and irrationality, but then the Greeks invented reason. Later, the Enlightenment enshrined rationality as the supreme value. Discovering that reason is the defining feature of our species, we named ourselves the “rational animal.” But is this flattering story itself rational? In this sweeping account of irrationality from antiquity to today―from the fifth-century BC murder of Hippasus for revealing the existence of irrational numbers to the rise of Twitter mobs and the election of Donald Trump―Justin Smith says the evidence suggests the opposite. From sex and music to religion and war, irrationality makes up the greater part of human life and history.Rich and ambitious, Irrationality ranges across philosophy, politics, and current events. Challenging conventional thinking about logic, natural reason, dreams, art and science, pseudoscience, the Enlightenment, the internet, jokes and lies, and death, the book shows how history reveals that any triumph of reason is temporary and reversible, and that rational schemes, notably including many from Silicon Valley, often result in their polar opposite. The problem is that the rational gives birth to the irrational and vice versa in an endless cycle, and any effort to permanently set things in order sooner or later ends in an explosion of unreason. Because of this, it is irrational to try to eliminate irrationality. For better or worse, it is an ineradicable feature of life.Illuminating unreason at a moment when the world appears to have gone mad again, Irrationality is fascinating, provocative, and timely.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Abstract Algebra: 2nd Edition
Abstract Algebra: 2nd Edition
This book covers classic areas such as group theory, ring theory, linear algebra, Galois theory. Its 20th century material includes Gröbner bases, category theory, division algebras over the reals (with applications of quaternions to computer graphics), and cohomology. The category theory section also covers some multilinear and exterior algebra.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Justin Smith Morrill Father of the Land-Grant Colleges
Justin Smith Morrill Father of the Land-Grant Colleges
Smith Morrill: Almost every land-grant college or university in the United States has a building named for him; but are his contributions truly recognized and understood? Here is the first biography on this renowned statesman in six decades. Representative and then senator from Vermont, Morrill began his tenure in Congress in 1855 and served continuously for forty-three years. His thirty- one years in the upper chamber alone earned him the title "Father of the Senate." Coy F. Cross reveals a complex and influential political figure who, as chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, and then the Senate Finance Committee, influenced American economic policy for nearly fifty years.        Morrill's most-recognized achievements are the pieces of legislation that bear his name: the Morrill land-grant college acts of 1862 and 1890. His legacy, inspired by the Jeffersonian ideal of an educated electorate, revolutionized American higher education. Prior to this legislation, colleges and universities were open primarily to affluent white men and studies were limited largely to medicine, theology, and philosophy. Morrill's land-grant acts eventually opened American higher education to the working class, women, minorities, and immigrants. Since 1862, more than 20 million people have graduated from the 104 land-grant colleges and universities spawned by his grand vision. In this long-overdue study, Cross shows the "Father of Land-Grant Colleges" to be one of America's formative nineteenth- century political figures.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Aquarium Keeping: 25 Facts Every Aquarist Should Know(Aquarium hobbyist, aquarium hobbyist advice, freshwater aquarium fish hobbyist, tropical aquarium hobbyist, aquarium keeping)
Aquarium Keeping: 25 Facts Every Aquarist Should Know(Aquarium hobbyist, aquarium hobbyist advice, freshwater aquarium fish hobbyist, tropical aquarium hobbyist, aquarium keeping)
Everything You Need to Know about Aquarium KeepingGet this Amazon best seller for just $3 Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device Here is a preview of What You Will Learn....Freshwater aquarium Aquarium pumps Aquarium design Aquarium pH Goldfish Goldfish care Glass aquariums Aquarium stand Much, much, more!Download your copy today!Take action today and download this book for $3!

Click Here to view in augmented reality

Divine Machines: Leibniz and the Sciences of Life
Divine Machines: Leibniz and the Sciences of Life
Though it did not yet exist as a discrete field of scientific inquiry, biology was at the heart of many of the most important debates in seventeenth-century philosophy. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the work of G. W. Leibniz. In Divine Machines, Justin Smith offers the first in-depth examination of Leibniz's deep and complex engagement with the empirical life sciences of his day, in areas as diverse as medicine, physiology, taxonomy, generation theory, and paleontology. He shows how these wide-ranging pursuits were not only central to Leibniz's philosophical interests, but often provided the insights that led to some of his best-known philosophical doctrines. Presenting the clearest picture yet of the scope of Leibniz's theoretical interest in the life sciences, Divine Machines takes seriously the philosopher's own repeated claims that the world must be understood in fundamentally biological terms. Here Smith reveals a thinker who was immersed in the sciences of life, and looked to the living world for answers to vexing metaphysical problems. He casts Leibniz's philosophy in an entirely new light, demonstrating how it radically departed from the prevailing models of mechanical philosophy and had an enduring influence on the history and development of the life sciences. Along the way, Smith provides a fascinating glimpse into early modern debates about the nature and origins of organic life, and into how philosophers such as Leibniz engaged with the scientific dilemmas of their era.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


The War With Mexico: The Classic History of the Mexican-American War
The War With Mexico: The Classic History of the Mexican-American War
The Mexican-American War in 1846 was an under-appreciated moment in American history. It marked the beginning of the military careers of many of those who would go on to fight the Civil War two decades later--including Robert E Lee and Ulysses S Grant. It took General Zachary Taylor to the Presidency, and re-ignited the debate over slavery that would later result in secession. During the war, Mexico, under the leadership of Santa Anna, lost over half of its national territory to the US and many Mexicans now found themselves on the wrong side of the border and living in the United States--a situation with direct bearing on current Mexican-US immigration. Justin H Smith's classic history of the war, written in 1919 from official archives in both countries, depicts the US as the wronged party, but many Americans at the time viewed the Mexican War as simply an American land grab, in which a large strong nation bullied territorial concessions from a smaller weaker neighbor.

Click Here to view in augmented reality

Monstronomicon: 100 Horror Stories from 70 Authors
Monstronomicon: 100 Horror Stories from 70 Authors
Tips for Monster HuntingCheck the deepest part of the ocean. Or let someone with a submarine check it for you. Order a monster egg online. Make sure it won't hatch before it arrives. Don't. What are you, crazy? You don't need to look. The monsters will find you. THE MONSTRONOMICON is a collection of 100 stories from around the world. These aren't your everyday Werewolves and Wendigos either. Each story is told by the survivor of an encounter with a unique and mysterious creature more wild and varied than you can imagine. This book has something for everyone with a dark mind, so read now to find the perfect monster for you.Some monsters are quirky and friendly, while others are apocalyptic behemoths crawling up from the depths. Some stories are heartwarming, funny, or profound, while others are a blood bath.Praise for MonstronomiconThis book had stories for every kind of monster lover. There were stories to thrill you, put you in nightmares and even boggle your mind. I wanted it to never end.★★★★★ ReviewHooked from page one. Stories flowed quickly and did not become boring. Before I knew it I was at the end.★★★★★ ReviewWith 70 different authors it's easy to find the story style you enjoy most. You won't be able to find a story you don't love, with your choice of 100!★★★★★ ReviewAs seen on TV**Assuming you can see into the future. The Monstronomicon is a joint media and literary project. These monsters are destined for the screen in an episodic series of short horror films. See the inside of the book for more information on how to get involved. About Haunted House PublishingWe're passionate about publishing horror stories for adults, scary books for teens, and all sorts of dark fiction. We've got new horror kindle books every month, specializing in supernatural stories, supernatural book collections, and paranormal books for adults. We've got zombie books, demonic horror, ghosts and specters, angels and demons, gothic novels, and haunted houses and ghosts novels. We promise some of the top horror books 2019. 

Click Here to view in augmented reality



WhmSoft Moblog
Copyright (C) 2006-2019 WhmSoft
All Rights Reserved