sale jerseys Cheap,Nike Jerseys Wholesale Cheap

  • 2013/02/25(月) 14:10:59

cheap jerseysNFL Kicker 13 - COFFIN CORNERwholesale cheap jerseys

Youtube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/EwuesMars
Facebook Fan Page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/HACK-G...

----------------------------------------­-------------------------------

THX FOR WATCHING AND SUBCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL . .

Reports: Trade that will take Alex Smith out of San Francisco is ‘all but done’

  • 2013/02/25(月) 14:09:36

According to multiple reports, the San Francisco 49ers have wrapped up a trade that will put quarterback Alex Smith in a new city. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported via Twitter that the 49ers have sewed up negotiations with a willing trade partner. The interested team is not yet known, though Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com says that from everything he's heard around the scouting combine this week, the Kansas City Chiefs have a deal for Smith that is "all but done."

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported on the NFL Network that the Chiefs have the most interest, and that new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is very intrigued with Smith's mobility, but that a deal isn't yet consummated. Rapoport also said on NFL.com that the 49ers will continue to lay the groundwork for a trade that will give Smith to a new NFL team.
If the deal is in place, it can't actually take place until the new league year begins on March 12.
Smith, the 49ers' first draft pick in 2005 and the first overall selection that season, went through several subpar seasons before Jim Harbaugh was hired as the team's head coach before the 2011 season. Harbaugh limited Smith's liabilities and accentuated his strengths, and Smith responded with his best season to date that year. He threw 17 touchdown passes and just five interceptions in 2011, and came back with an even stronger campaign in 2012.
Through nine starts, he had a quarterback rating of 104.1, but a concussion suffered in the team's 24-24 tie with the St. Louis Rams on Nov. 11 opened the door for second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick, selected in the second round of the 2011 draft. Kaepernick lit the 49ers' formerly conservative offense up with his deep passing ability and impressive mobility, leading the 49ers to a close loss in Super Bowl XLVII to the Baltimore Ravens.