The pair poised for pictures on Raymond James Stadium's field following the Bucs' 25-11 win. ESPN's "Monday Night Football" Twitter account posted a post-swap photo of them less than an hour after the game ended.
— ESPN Monday Night (@ESPNMondayNight) August 25, 2015
Three years Smith's elder, Still had left Penn State by the time the young offensive tackle had enrolled. Both players were second-round picks, with Smith going to Tampa Bay earlier this year. Still was selected in that round by the Bengals in 2012.
Still's jersey has been a wanted commodity in the past year after the Bengals sold his jersey to help raise funds for pediatric cancer research. The proceeds from the month-long fundraising campaign raised more than $1.2 million, which the Bengals donated to a local children's hospital. The campaign came after Still's daughter, 5-year-old Leah Still, had been diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma. She went into remission from the cancer in March and remains that way.
Other Bengals and Buccaneers were expected to swap jerseys, like Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston and Cincinnati running back James Wilder Jr. Days before the game, Wilder had intimated he probably would swap with Winston, his former teammate at Florida State.
Both players rushed for touchdowns in the game.