Alex Smith’s eight-year run with the team that drafted him as the first overall pick in 2005 appears to be over after multiple reports of a trade between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The San Francisco 49ers will trade Alex Smith, and, according to league sources, the deal has effectively already been agreed to. No trades can be official until the league year begins March 12.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Former Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin ran a 4.2 40 yard dash at the NFL combine Sunday. “That doesn’t excite me,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. “Most of this […]
The San Francisco 49ers have a decision to make. What to do with quarterback Alex Smith? General manager Trent Baalke said they’re not sure.
Short of the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints—teams that employ quarterbacks with proven track records who have a handful of productive years ahead of them—the San Francisco 49ers just might have the best quarterback situation in the entire NFL.
Alex Smith leaving the San Francisco 49ers after this season is a topic CEO Jed York isn’t ready to address. But York made one thing clear Thursday: Smith hasn’t requested his release.
Regardless of the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, San Francisco 49ers QB Alex Smith is expected to ask for his release in the offseason after losing his starting position to Colin Kaepernick.
Now relegated to a backup role with the NFC champions, Alex Smith’s time in the Big Easy leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl against Baltimore is hardly how he envisioned it.
ProFootballTalk.com is reporting 49ers back-up quarterback Alex Smith will ask the team to release him before free agency begins March 12.
San Francisco is trying to become the first market to win a World Series and Super Bowl in the same season since the Boston Red Sox accomplished it in 2004 and the New England Patriots followed suit in February 2005.