Steve Smith already beating Adam Schefter to National Football League news

Steve Smith already beating Adam Schefter to National Football League news

Torrey Smith was once the prized free agent acquisition for the San Francisco 49ers.

Smith took to Instagram to apologize to fans for his lackluster two seasons with the 49ers and vowed on Twitter that he'd have a bounce-back season next year with a new team.

Smith still has the ability to stretch the field as an "X" receiver. Steve Smith Sr. has chose to hang up the cleats following the 2016 season, having played his final three years as a member of the Ravens.

Smith, 28, a six-year National Football League veteran, had a scheduled salary-cap figure of $9.475 million for the 2017 season after signing a five-year, $40 million contract in 2015.

Now, just months into his retirement, Smith Sr. has suddenly become a bona fide NFL Insider - already with two big scoops under his belt. The former New York Jets wideouts caught 64 passes for 667 yards and three touchdowns. The 49ers will save about half of that amount because the rest of his $8 million signing bonus will count toward this year's cap.

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A reunion between Smith and quarterback Joe Flacco would be a attractive thing.

The Philadelphia Eagles were linked to Smith on multiple occasions as a trade target.

We theorized earlier this morning aboutBrandon Marshallcoming to the Baltimore Ravens, but in what can only be described as unfortunate timing, Marshall signed with the New York Giants roughly an hour after we published our article.

It certainly wouldn't be a surprise for Smith to have a resurgent season in 2017.