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Katina Smith, mother of Demaryius Thomas, to be released from prison in November

Some good news for Demaryius Thomas and his family.

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Katina Stuckey Smith, mother of Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas, will be released from prison early, according to a report from the Denver Post:

President Barack Obama on Monday commuted the sentences of 46 imprisoned drug offenders across the United States whose punishment, he said, didn't fit their crimes.

Smith was one of them.

Smith will be released November 10, five days before a home game against the Chiefs. For more on Thomas and his family's story, read this story from ESPN the Magazine.

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