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SportXFL legend, former NFL RB Rod ‘He Hate Me’ Smart reported missing

22:05  18 june  2019
22:05  18 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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XFL legend, former NFL RB Rod ‘He Hate Me’ Smart reported missing © Drew Hallowell/Icon Sportswire

Torrold Smart, better known as “He Hate Me” during the XFL’s earlier heyday starting in 2001, has been reported missing by family members, per a report from The Herald.

Known as Rod Smart during his football career, the 42-year-old was last seen June 12 in Indian Land, S.C., near Charlotte and Fort Mill, according to Lancaster County police.

“Family and deputies have concerns about his well-being and safety,” said Doug Barfield, spokesman for Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. A a Facebook message from the department characterized Smart as a “missing endangered person.”

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Police are asking for public assistance to help locate Smart.

Smart, along with his XFL career, also enjoyed a five-year NFL career with the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles as well as a stint in the CFL.

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