Found February 04, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith will undergo surgery this week to repair a partially torn triceps, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reported Monday. Smith will require about three months of rehabilitation following the surgery. Smith missed the team's final two regular-season games after suffering a 50-percent tear of his left triceps on Dec. 16 against the New England Patriots. He returned to play in the 49ers' three postseason games and wore a brace on his left arm. He played in 14 games this season and had 3.0 sacks, his second-lowest total in his 12-year career. He did not have any sacks in the playoffs. Smith is expected to make a full recovery in time for the opening of training camp in late-July.
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According to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, San Francisco 49ers defensive end Justin Smith will need to undergo three months of rehab after he undergoes triceps surgery.
Smith, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, sustained approximately a 50-percent tear of his left triceps on Dec. 16 against the New England Patriots. He missed the final 2 1/2 regular season games.
The good news is...
Last night during Super Bowl 47, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick looked young and showed his first signs of being a little rattled during a game.
Kaepernick still had an awesome game with 302 yards passing and 62 rushing yards. After the game in a move that displays class, maturity, and leadership, Kaepernick put it all on him, and told CSNBay Area that he made to many mistakes...
San Francisco 49ers DT Justin Smith had his partially torn triceps repaired Monday, and will face at least 3 months of rehab, CSNBayArea reports.
The injury, which tore half of the triceps, occurred on December 16th, vs. New England.
He missed the final 2 1/2 regular season games, but returned to the playoffs and Super Bowl with the help of a brace.
The timetable to get back...
Jim Harbaugh is coaching the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII and before the game shared some time with his children. Of course the highlight of this event may have been the ‘headbutt’ he gave one of them.
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