Jimmy Smith has only played for one franchise since he was drafted in the first round in 2011 and the cornerback has no plans to change that.

"I absolutely will not play for another team," Smith said. "If the Ravens didn't re-sign me last year and I felt like I could still play, I probably would have still retired."

Smith, 32, forwent a chance at free agency to re-sign with the Ravens way back in December.

"To me, this is family," he said. "I know these guys. I've known them for so long. They know me. It's hard to go to a new place, and you've got to introduce yourself, you've got to impress people. I don't want to do all that. I'm good. I'm comfortable being here. Financially, I could not play another down right now and live my life great. It's not necessarily a money thing. Obviously, money weighs into this, but it's not the deciding factor. If I retire, if the Ravens are done with me, then I'm done playing ball."