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Rivera says Steve Smith no longer a deep threat.

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You'll say a lot of things when you try to justify a bad decision.

John Harbaugh - Smith's new coach - seems to think he can still be a deep threat. Given he's a fantastic route runner and will be in slot, facing up against second or third cornerbacks on a consistent basis with little to no double teaming, I would not be surprised in the least for him to be an effective deep threat. For that matter, Harbaugh thinks Steve's work ethic will be a great example for young players (Rivera also complained about his work 'causing injuries') and that he'll be a great veteran leader.

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You'll say a lot of things when you try to justify a bad decision.

John Harbaugh - Smith's new coach - seems to think he can still be a deep threat. Given he's a fantastic route runner and will be in slot, facing up against second or third cornerbacks on a consistent basis with little to no double teaming, I would not be surprised in the least for him to be an effective deep threat.

Smitty clearly did not have that Smitty gear the last two seasons. He actually was slightly overweight imo..or just has put on that 35 year old weight. Makes you oldman strong.

Well Jacoby Jones and Torrey Smith are both deep threats so Smitty takes over the Anquan Boldin possesion reciever role. However with three burners it makes for some good scheming as you never know which WR is going to go route on the secondary. I predict a career year for Torrey Smith and Dennis Pitta.

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