Reggie Wayne received attention on Wednesday after he pulled up to Indianapolis Colts camp in an IndyCar.
That's pretty cool.
Nobody on the Niners tried to go that route, but 14-year veteran Justin Smith did get some attention for his "Sack Francisco" t-shirt. It was a nice item to pair with his "Rick's Furniture" hat.
The San Francisco 49ers arrived at the SAP Performance Facility for the start of 2014 training camp.
Smith met with reporters in a custom shirt with members of the Niners defense depicted on the front. When asked about it midway through his media session, Smith said it was the creation of linebackers Dan Skuta and NaVorro Bowman.
Smith pointed the design work to Bowman, the All-Pro.
"Bo did it because he's on the front," Smith said with a chuckle. "They came up with some shirts."
The shirt-making trend goes back to 2011 when members of the defense made "Steamroller" shirts.
Judging by people's reaction on social media, the "Sack Francisco" shirt is in demand. Will the shirt be for sale? I'll have to follow up with Skuta or Bowman and get back to everyone who is asking me on Twitter.
Justin Smith shows up to 14th training camp w/ "Sack Francisco" tee designed by N. Bowman & "Rick's Furniture" hat. pic.twitter.com/zfBcubwAzW — Taylor Price (@TaylorPrice49) July 23, 2014
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