49ers signed WR Torrey Smith, formerly of the Ravens, to a five-year, $40 million contract that includes $22 million guaranteed.
ESPN's Jim Trotter reports the 49ers are "feeling good" about their chances of signing free agent Torrey Smith, but that they're "holding their breath" until Tuesday.
One source told the Baltimore Sun that free agent Torrey Smith signing with the 49ers is a "done deal."
Free agent Torrey Smith wrote on his blog that he will not be returning to the Ravens.
Updating an earlier item, ESPN's Adam Caplan believes the 49ers will sign free agent Torrey Smith "unless the money is too rich for them."
ESPN's Adam Caplan reports the 49ers are "very interested" in free agent WR Torrey Smith.
Speaking Tuesday, owner Steve Bisciotti expressed pessimism about the Ravens' chances of re-signing free agent Torrey Smith.
Asked about free agent Torrey Smith, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said "we have a history of retaining our players."
SI's Peter King believes free agent Torrey Smith's best contract offer won't come from Baltimore.
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Ravens offered free agent Torrey Smith a five-year, $35 million deal that included $19 million guaranteed before the season.
Torrey Smith said he'd prefer to re-sign with the Ravens before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in March.
Torrey Smith caught 3-of-6 targets for 62 yards in Baltimore's Divisional Round loss to the Patriots.
Torrey Smith expects to run most of his routes against Patriots RCB Brandon Browner in Saturday's Divisional Round game.
Torrey Smith had two catches for 28 yards and a touchdown in the Ravens' Wild Card win over the Steelers.