Adam Snyder would like to see Alex Smith in Arizona
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Dec 27, 2012
Guard Adam Snyder, who played his first seven NFL seasons in San Francisco before moving to Arizona this year, told Bay Area reporters Wednesday he would tell management to go after Alex Smith if he becomes available in the offseason, according to the Sacramento Bee. “I just think that Alex worked for seven years to get to the position he was in,” Snyder said, via Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee. “He was 19-5 and had the best QB rating in the league and was doing his job to win games, you know?” Snyder said. “I don’t know. It was surprising to me. Alex Smith lost his job with the Niners and he’s widely expected to be on the move to a team that needs a starter once the season comes to an end. While the 49ers probably wouldn’t want to trade Smith within the division, trading him is going to be difficult. The Cardinals are starting their fourth quarterback of the season against the 49ers this Sunday, a pretty clear sign that they are going to be in the market for a player who can give them less quantity and more quality at the position come the offseason.