BY TYLER BYRUM - @theTylerByrum
Following two abysmal seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, Torrey Smith has found a new home with the Philadelphia Eagles. On Thursday, the six-year veteran signed with the Philadelphia Eagles for $15 million deal over three years, per multiple reports.
Smith will be joining an offense led by second-year quarterback Carson Wentz, who helped the Eagles maintain a 7-9 record in 2016 despite an off-season that was filled with new faces. Last year the team failed to have a 1,000 yard receiver with tight end Zach Ertz earning the most receiving yards with 816.
In 2016, the team had seven different receivers suit up for the Eagles catching only eight touchdowns.
Drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the second round in 2011, Smith spent four years with the team. During his tenure with the Ravens he helped lead the team to their 2012 Super Bowl run over the 49ers. Playing for the Ravens was just a move up the road for the former Maryland receiver.
Following his time with Baltimore he signed a five-year deal with the 49ers in 2015. After only two seasons with 900 yards receiving and only seven touchdowns, Smith was released by the team.
In his career, the 28-year-old has caught 266 passes for over 4,500 yards that resulted in 37 touchdowns.