49ers RE Justin Smith is recovering from an offseason "procedure," but should be ready for training camp.
Justin Smith played on 780-of-1064 snaps (73.3 percent) in 2013.
After RE Justin Smith's 2012 triceps tear, the 49ers allowed 300 passing yards per game and a 102.1 rating to opposing quarterbacks.
Justin Smith's two-year extension saves the 49ers $4.27 million in cap room this season.
49ers RE Justin Smith said he won't play out his two-year extension as a part-time player.
49ers RE Justin Smith (triceps) is currently bench-pressing more than 400 pounds.
49ers signed RE Justin Smith to a two-year extension through 2015.
The 49ers are expected to rotate their defensive line more heavily than in past seasons.
49ers GM Trent Baalke says RE Justin Smith (triceps surgery) already has "no restrictions" in his rehab, and is back in the weight room.
The Sacramento Bee confirms 49ers RE Justin Smith (triceps surgery) is on track for the start of training camp.
Including the playoffs, 49ers RE Justin Smith's 2,141 snaps over the past two seasons are fourth among all defensive linemen.
49ers RE Justin Smith confirmed he will not retire.
49ers RE Justin Smith will undergo surgery on his torn left triceps this week, and will require three months of rehab.
Pro Football Focus' Neil Hornsby believes 49ers RE Justin Smith's performance in Super Bowl XLVII was his "worst (game) since 2009."