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Sport Aldon Smith says he slept under a car when he hit rock bottom

14:20  10 april  2020
14:20  10 april  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Aldon Smith is now a member of the Dallas Cowboys and awaiting a decision from the NFL about his reinstatement. He reportedly has been sober for nine months while living in a sober living house in Los Angeles, but he remains suspended by the NFL indefinitely.

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During an interview with Jay Glazer, with whom Smith has been training in Los Angeles, Smith shared when he hit rock bottom.

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“I would say 2018 was a tough year,” Smith told Jay Glazer, as transcribed by the Dallas Morning News. “In that year, I was in a really dark place, and I didn’t have a lot of value for how I thought about myself. When I was in a bad spot, it got bad. Pretty bad. I was sleeping under a car for some nights because my sickness took me there. And I had a home to sleep in. But I was in such a dark place that I didn’t see myself deserving anything other than that.”

That’s pretty bad. Smith has been arrested numerous times for DUI, including in 2019. He has also been arrested for hit-and-run. In 2018, his blood alcohol content was five times the legal limit during an arrest. It was that same year that his friends were concerned for Smith’s life.

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Whether Smith is able to remain sober is a big question, but the Cowboys are betting he will. At his peak, Smith had 19.5 sacks in 2012 for the 49ers. The 30-year-old was the No. 7 overall pick in 2011 but has not played in the NFL since the 2015 season.

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