This afternoon the Lancaster Country Sherif department issue a missing person report for XFL icon and former Carolina Panther Rod Smart aka "He Hate Me". The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office in SC announced that Smart has been located after being declared missing earlier in the day.
Deputies told reporters they are concerned for Smart's well-being and safety.
"It is unusual for him to be out of touch for this long", authorities wrote in a missing person advisory. "Mr".
Anyone who sees Smart or has information is asked to call 911 or the Lancaster County Sheriff's office at 803-283-3388.
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The update didn't give details on where Smart was and why he didn't contact anyone for nearly a week, only that he was found and safe.
He gained 1,814 all-purpose yards in his five-year National Football League career, plus 364 more during two playoff runs with the Panthers.
After the league folded, Smart was claimed off waivers by the Panthers in 2002 and led the team in special teams tackles that season.
Smart was one of the most recognizable names in the original XFL as part of the Las Vegas Outlaws in 2001 largely because of his "He Hate Me" nickname.