Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Sports | By Spencer Underwood

Raiders release OT Marshall Newhouse, CB Sean Smith

Raiders release OT Marshall Newhouse, CB Sean Smith

Smith allegedly beat and stomped on his sister's boyfriend's head in Pasadena, California, for which he faced up to seven years in prison.

The Times reported that Smith is expected to plead guilty to a felony count of assault with great bodily injury, and will be sentenced to one year in jail and three years' probation as part of his plea agreement.

Following a domestic violence incident in Nob Hill last week, Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith pled not guilty in court on Monday.

Attorney Jonathan Dennis said Woods "felt the sentence, obviously, was not as strict as it should have been, but he's pleased he's admitting guilt".

Smith's departure has plenty to do with his salary, shaving a whopping $8.5 million off the books for 2018.

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When Smith first inked a four-year contract with the Raiders for a whopping $38 million, it was enough to stave off every other suitor in the team's hopes to remedy their pass defense.

Newhouse started 14 games at right tackle for the Raiders in 2017, and has played in 100 games with 70 starts over his eight-year National Football League career.

Woods also sued the Raiders and Smith, claiming Sean's "size, strength, and certain offensive techniques" were used as a weapon against him. TJ Carrie, who started all 16 games in 2017, is set to become a free agent.

A former second-round pick by the Miami Dolphins in the 2009 NFL Draft, Smith has had several issues with the law of the years.

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