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After two days of free agency in the National Football League, some teams are starting to separate themselves as doing very well this offseason while others are struggling through what’s been called salary cap hell.
After a full regular season and a thrilling postseason, only two NFL teams remain and Baltimore and San Francisco are set to battle it out in New Orleans during Super Bowl XLVII for the right to be called world champions.
After being sidelined with a concussion earlier in the season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith is handling an uncomfortable situation well, saying he is ready to back up Colin Kaepernick in the Super Bowl.
Frank Gore, Colin Kaepernick and Michael Crabtree pulled off the kind of grind-it-out win Jim Harbaugh wants to see during the December stretch run. Gore ran for a 1-yard touchdown and reached 1,000 yards rushing for the sixth time in his career, and the San Francisco 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins 27-13 on Sunday.
Many have wondered what it would take for San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh to give the starting quarterback job back to Alex Smith.
The Dolphins could see their playoff hopes dashed this weekend as they face off against the 49ers–a team that boasts stars such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, running back Frank Gore and linebacker Aldon Smith.
They’ve tried Fiedler and Feely. They’ve tried Green, Lemon and Sage. They’ve even tried two Chads. But yet the Miami Dolphins have yet to find a quarterback who is a keeper.
While the elite quarterbacks will be gone by the time the Dolphins come on the clock during the NFL Draft, there are many intriguing possibilities past Blaine Gabbert and Cam Newton.
The University of Arkansas hosted the Miami Dolphins contingent Tuesday as they looked at quarterback Ryan Mallett. But, the real target was not the 6’7” quarterback.