The Steve Smith 'Ice Up, Son' video

Steve Smith told Aqib Talib to "Ice up, son," after Carolina's win over New England last season. - Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The catch phrase that Baltimore fans have become familiar with.

I'm sure all of you have heard or read the phrase, "Ice up, son" plenty of times since word got out that the Ravens were interested in receiver Steve Smith.

Well, just in case you aren't sure where that came from, here's the video that associated Smith with the phrase. Essentially, Smith and now-former Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib were in a battle during Carolina's 24-20 win last season, exchanging words throughout the contest.

Afterward, NFL Network's Albert Breer caught up with Smith, who offered TV gold.

The video:

While the "Ice up, son" moment was great, I also got a good kick out of him talking about his touchdown, explaining the Patriots had some poor tackling on the play before offering a brief cackle.

There's never a dull moment with Steve Smith. I think Ravens fans will enjoy being fans of this guy.

(h/t BaltimoreRavens.com)


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