Shelley Smith

#73G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Colorado State
Birth Place: Phoenix, Arizona
Draft: 2010 6th round (18th pick) by the
  • Mike Glennon thinks the Bears' 2017 season will be his – and he's probably wrong
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    Mike Glennon thinks the Bears' 2017 season will be his – and he's probably wrong

    Mike Glennon thinks he has a season. Or Sam Bradford’s. Or really any quarterback from a frustrated fraternity of veterans who actually thought they had a season of opportunity behind a top-five quarterback draft pick. Here’s the reality: There’s almost no chance Mike Glennon entrenches himself as the Chicago Bears’ starting quarterback for the entire 2017 season.

  • 49ers analysis: Aaron Lynch’s diet must include QB sacks
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    49ers analysis: Aaron Lynch’s diet must include QB sacks

    Aaron Lynch likes his job again, and that bodes well for the 49ers’ long-lost pass rush. What made Lynch an intriguing prospect his first couple seasons was a frothing desire to wreck offenses, to wage war with linemen, to sack quarterbacks. The new-look 49ers need that from Lynch again, or else the job he covets – the “Leo” pass rusher — will belong to someone else, such as emerging candidate Arik Armstead, the 49ers’ 2015 top draft pick. “Leo is a lot of damn fun, so yeah, I like it a lot,” Lynch said after Tuesday’s organized team activities. “You get to set the edge and get to go get the quarterback.” Lynch did that about as well as anyone his first two seasons, racking up 12 1/2 sacks in

  • Browns have Bengals Hall of Fame OL Anthony Munoz, Bears Olin Kreutz at OTAs
    Dawgs By Nature

    Browns have Bengals Hall of Fame OL Anthony Munoz, Bears Olin Kreutz at OTAs

    Some Bengals fans might not believe their eyes when they see Hall of Fame OT Anthony Munoz in orange and brown during Cleveland Browns OTAs on Wednesday. Per Andrew Gribble of Browns.com, Munoz and former Chicago Bears C Olin Kreutz were both “watching practice.” Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer went a step further, though, to label Munoz as a “guest coach.” It’s an interesting wrinkle to see a former top-tier player opt to assist a team besides their own, just like the Oakland Raiders are doing with former Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson. With respect to Munoz, many Bengals fans were upset that he was forced to announce the Bengals’ selection of RB Joe Mixon at the end of April, given how