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Jaylon Smith had some moments worth celebrating on Thursday.

He broke up two passes in the end zone on consecutive plays during the second quarter. Later, he broke up a third pass, becoming just the second Cowboys linebacker in a decade to record three passes defensed in a single game. He recovered a fumble, too.

And celebrate, Smith did.

It wasn’t always a good look.

Smith was approached Thursday evening when exiting the locker room about what transpired following his second end-zone breakup during a 31-24 loss to the Bears. He looked in the general direction of wide receiver Javon Wims, the intended target on the play. Wims was down on the field grabbing his right knee in visible pain. Smith proceeded to salute the crowd and perform a rehearsed handshake with a teammate.

“I’m not that type of player,” Smith said. “I didn’t know my guy was hurt. I know how it feels, and I’m praying for him. Absolutely. … I ain’t that type of guy.”

Smith, who suffered a significant knee injury late in his college career, then posted a social-media message to that same effect.

“To clear the air, I was unaware my opponent was down with an injury following a play in tonight’s game!” Smith wrote on Twitter. “I understand how it feels to be down with an injury and would never wish that upon anyone. I celebrated after making a big play. Sending a speedy recovery his way.”

Wims has a slight knee sprain, according to NFL Media. He’s not expected to miss significant time.

Overall, it was a mixed evening for Smith. After Wims exited the game, Smith allowed a touchdown on the ensuing play to wide receiver Allen Robinson. According to Pro Football Focus, Smith had one of the Cowboys’ 10 missed tackles for the game.

“Jaylon was certainly active in the game,” coach Jason Garrett said Friday. “He was around the ball a lot. He did some good things, both as a run defender and as a pass defender. But he was part of the whole defensive effort, and I don’t know if you can look across the board and say anybody really stood out positively on defense when (the Bears moved) the ball as consistently as they did. There were some bright spots. There were some bright plays for different people and for Jaylon, but overall, the defensive effort wasn’t good enough.”

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