Adam Smith

#64G,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 325
Born:
College: Western Kentucky
Birth Place: Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • Jim Harbaugh on 2011 Alex Smith evaluation
    Niners Nation

    Jim Harbaugh on 2011 Alex Smith evaluation

    The San Francisco have a decision to make at quarterback, and former San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh had a few comments on it in his podcast interview with Tim Kawakami. He did not get into many specifics about the current situation, but he talked about some of the things he saw in evaluating Alex Smith back in 2011. When Harbaugh joined the 49ers in 2011, the team had Alex Smith under contract, and a whole lot of questions. There was an expectation that Smith would depart in free agency once the lockout finished. 2010 had been a miserable year for the 49ers and Smith, and it seemed like the best thing was for the sites to go their separate ways. Harbaugh arrived in January of 2011,

  • ESPN makes bold prediction on Bears' starting QB in 2017
    Bears Wire

    ESPN makes bold prediction on Bears' starting QB in 2017

    It’s the official season for guessing in the NFL. The Chicago Bears, fans and analysts alike are launching predictions of who will be the team’s starting quarterback. ESPN.com gave it their best shot. They’re rolling with current Buffalo Bill Tyrod Taylor to be in Chicago next season. “The Bears appear ready to move on from Jay Cutler. They need offensive weapons. They need to continue building through the draft. Signing the multidimensional Taylor would help accomplish all three goals. It could become possible if the Bills decide against exercising their option on Taylor’s contract.” Taylor will be one of the big chips to hit the free agent market if the Bills decide to part ways with him. The

  • News: Tony Romo To Redskins?
    Blogging The Boys

    News: Tony Romo To Redskins?

    Report: Washington Redskins Showing Interest In Tony Romo - Jesse Borek, Fanrag Sports Just when you thought you'd heard it all, along comes Jason Cole of Bleacher Report and speculates that Washington could be interested in acquiring Romo, if they decide to trade Kirk Cousins. The team currently has to decide what to do with quarterback Kirk Cousins, whom it can either slap with the franchise tag for the second consecutive season, work out a long-term deal, or find a suitable trade partner. In the latter scenario, that would create a void at quarterback; one the team may seek to fill with Romo, whether it be by trade or via free agency. Tony Romo's name enters Redskins picture amid Cousins fallout