Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Steve Smith said he expects to play Sunday, just nine months after undergoing microfracture surgery to help him recover from an articular cartilage injury in his left knee.
Smith may only have a limited role behind DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, and Jason Avant, but he has a package of plays he expects to be involved in.
"I'm behind DeSean and I got me a package of plays in the four-wide set, so we'll see what happens," Smith said.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid would not commit to putting Smith on the field, saying only "there's a chance" he plays.
"I can't tell you how many snaps or that, but there's a chance he does play," Reid said.