Wide receiver Torrey Smith was general manager Trent Baalke's biggest offseason signing.
It appears quarterback Colin Kaepernick is on board with that decision so far.
"[I'm] very excited with the weapons we have, the opportunities we have when we're on the field, Kaepernick said. "It's not, never felt like there was pressure on me to do things. I just think it's a great opportunity for us to get the ball into a playmaker's hands and allow them to make plays."
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Over four seasons in Baltimore, Smith totaled 3,591 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns. He posted highs in yards (1,128) in 2013 and touchdowns (11) in 2014. The reputation that he's only a deep-threat is something Smith wants to shake.
"My job is to get up and catch the ball, wherever it may be," Smith told 49ers.com. "I'll run whenever they tell me to. I may happen to be good at stretching the field or catching a short pass and turning it into something big, but labels are just that. I don't really care as long as I'm in the end zone."
Another offensive weapon should only help the offense, particularly Kaepernick and the run game. In 2014, the Niners averaged just 191 yards per game through the air and 10.5 yards per catch, which ranked 21st in the league.
Adding Smith should only help come fall.