QB Smith To Test Ailing Shoulder

ESPN’s Len Pasquarelli reports that injured San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith is scheduled to go through some light throwing drills the next two days and doctors will then re-evaluate him by the end of the week. The drills are being used by the 49ers to reach some clarity about the condition of Smith’s shoulder and forearm. The 23-year old Smith originally suffered a sperated shoulder on September 30th at home against the Seattle Seahawks and has missed the past three games after re-agravating the injury on November 12th against the Seahawks in Seattle. He has not thrown a pass since November 18th. Surgery remains an option for Smith, who told Bay Area reporters last week that he still has problems raising his right arm above his shoulder.

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