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Three under the radar receivers with a real chance of making the final 49ers roster

Possibly the only not-frustrating thing that happened this off-season for the San Francisco 49ers was the signing of former Baltimore Ravens Deep-Threat Torrey Smith, rounding out a very talented wide receiver corps. Smith, Anquan Boldin, Quinton Patton, and Bruce Ellington are all virtual locks on the final 53-Man roster however this still leaves one, potentially two, roster spots...
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This stat about Torrey Smith is another great reason why the 49ers signed him

Among the many problems the San Francisco 49ers offense had last season was red zone efficiency. According to, The Niners scored touchdowns on just 43 percent of their trips to the red zone in 2014, which ranked them 29th overall. That’s just one of the reasons why they went out and signed Torrey Smith this offseason, because he’s one of the best in the business...
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Look: 49ers wideout Torrey Smith practices looking like Iron Man

How can the San Francisco 49ers replace all those offensive playmakers they lost to free agency? Why not ask a superhero for help? Incoming wide receiver Torrey Smith has the right idea. Earlier this week he sported a pair of tights at 49ers OTAs that look like Iron Man’s legs. Check it out: #49ers WR @TorreySmithWR's ironman tights are sick! (Pic: @49ers)
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith: Ray Rice deserves another chance

Running back Ray Rice hasn’t been on a football field since this past August when he played for the Baltimore Ravens. Trying to put his domestic violence episode behind him, Rice hopes for another shot at playing in the NFL. Showing support for his former teammate, wide receiver Torrey Smith believes the running back should be given another opportunity (via TMZ Sports). ...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Former teammates: Rice deserves another shot in NFL

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is available, but it doesn’t seem like any NFL teams are interested right now. If you ask his old teammate Torrey Smith, he thinks Rice deserves a second chance. Plenty of former Ravens are coming out in support of Ray Rice: #RavensTalk — CSN Ravens (@CSNRavens) June 13, 2015...
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PHOTO: San Francisco 49ers WR Torrey Smith Sporting Some Iron Man Tights During Minicamp

Athletes like to identify with super heroes from time to time as a means of pumping themselves up a little. When you are playing a physical game like football it would help to have a few things in common with guys like Superman, the Hulk, Captain America, and/or Iron Man. These guys are all strong, fast, and practically indestructible--all things football players like to try to be...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: 49ers sign Torrey Smith

In what has to be the least surprising news of the first day of free agency, the San Francisco 49ers have reportedly signed former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith to a five-year, $40 million contract. Seemingly looking for a deep threat for the better part of the past decade, San Francisco made rare trek into the open market by inking the former second-round pick to...
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March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

49ers Reportedly ‘Very Interested’ in Torrey Smith

The San Francisco 49ers normally don’t hit the free agent market too hard. That might change big time when free agency comes calling on Tuesday. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Caplan, San Francisco is very interested in Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith. Multiple league sources say #49ers are very interested in Torrey Smith. Again, they need a deep threat WR–he...
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March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith: Grass at Heinz Field is 'terrible'

Saturday’s AFC Playoff game in Pittsburgh between the Steelers and Baltimore Ravens is supposed to see a dose of heavy rain, and Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver Torrey Smith doesn’t seem to happy about it. Expressing his concerns about the conditions for Heinz field, Smith had this to say (via It’s terrible. They need to go ahead and put some turf up there...
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January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Torrey Smith makes maybe his best catch ever at M&T open practice

With Torrey Smith’s contract being a hot topic, that may cause some to worry about his focus. At the Baltimore Ravens open practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday night, Smith put those notions to rest in one single play, making what can only be described as his most impressive catch in a Ravens jersey. Coming into the NFL, Smith was an elite athlete and raw receiver.  His...
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July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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