Keith Smith

#20CB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 192
Born:
College: McNeese State
Birth Place: Leesville, Louisiana
Draft: 2004 3rd round (10th pick) by the
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    NFL Top 100 on 2017: Players from 3-13 Bears make fun of 1-15 Browns using Tom Brady as an example

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  • Matt Breida is our future
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    Matt Breida is our future

    unIt seemed like an innocuous comment at the end of an interview. “You should check out Matt Breida.” This was Jordan Plocher’s suggestion to David and me after a podcast interview. I didn’t think too much of it, and I went back to dreaming of wide zones and competent passing offenses. Then the 49ers signed Breida as an undrafted free agent. Then Davided text me and told me this Breida guy looked pretty good. Then David started tweeting clips. Then I rolled the tape and I saw plays like this. He looked pretty athletic on tape. So I looked up his pSPARQ score, a composite score that measures athleticism against other NFL athletes. Who did I see at the top? Being in the 94th percentile of NFL athletes

  • Jeff Garcia: ‘It’s a no-brainer’ that Terrell Owens belongs in the Hall of Fame
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    Jeff Garcia: ‘It’s a no-brainer’ that Terrell Owens belongs in the Hall of Fame

    Last week, our own Pat Holloway had a chance to chat with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia. The interview was part of a promotion for the new American Flag Football League. The league is holding a Launch Game on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in San Jose, and Garcia will be providing color commentary for a stream of it. Garcia was gracious with his time, and Pat was able to have an extensive conversation about a variety of topics. Over the weekend, we looked at what Garcia had to say about his unexpected rise from the CFL to the NFL. It was a whirlwind, particularly when Steve Young got hurt, and it remains a fascinating story. Garcia also took a few minutes to chat about one of his most