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Geno Smith

Geno Smith Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'3" / 221 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 10, 1990 (30)
8th Season
2013 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 39 (NYJ)
West Virginia

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Geno Smith News

Seahawks Re-Sign Geno Smith

The Seattle Seahawks officially re-signed quarterback Geno Smith to an undisclosed one-year deal on Thursday, according to a source. Smith will return as the backup to Russell Wilson for the second straight season, pushing undrafted rookie Anthony Gordon to third on the QB depth chart in Seattle. The Seahawks are hoping that Wilson will remain in good health -- he hasn't missed a single game in his career yet. Smith isn't the greatest backup signal-caller, but it's at least better than having Gordon next up. If Wilson were to miss any time, Smith would merely be a low-end QB2 for those in deep two-QB or superflex leagues.

May. 14th • 8:14 PM
Seahawks Expected To Re-Sign Geno Smith

The Seattle Seahawks have been expected all along to re-sign quarterback Geno Smith, and they could make the deal official soon, according to a source. Seattle's current depth behind Russell Wilson includes only rookie Anthony Gordon, so the Seahawks certainly need to upgrade, even if Smith isn't exactly anyone's version of a solid backup option under center. The 29-year-old didn't attempt any passes at all behind Wilson in 2019, and he had just four attempts in parts of five games as Philip Rivers' backup for the Chargers in 2018. If Wilson were to go down with injury at all in 2020, Seattle's offense would be in serious trouble and would lean even more on the ground game.

May. 14th • 4:28 PM
Geno Smith Performs Well In Preseason Game

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith was the only QB to appear in Saturday's game besides Russell Wilson, and he took full advantage of the opportunity. Smith went 11-for-17 through the air for 117 yards, only got sacked once, and hustled in a touchdown on the ground. Smith showed poise in the pocket and regularly threw strong passes from awkward positions and while running. He looked like a solid backup quarterback who easily moved the ball up and down the field against LA's second- and third-string defense. With Paxton Lynch still in concussion protocol, this was a golden opportunity for Smith to show what he could do, and he took full advantage.

Aug. 25th • 12:12 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Russell Wilson
Geno Smith
RB Chris Carson
Carlos Hyde
LWR DK Metcalf
Freddie Swain
RWR Tyler Lockett
Phillip Dorsett II
SWR David Moore
Penny Hart
TE Jacob Hollister
Will Dissly
LT Duane Brown
LG Jordan Simmons
Mike Iupati
C Ethan Pocic
Kyle Fuller
RG Damien Lewis
Phil Haynes
RT Brandon Shell
Cedric Ogbuehi
LDE L.J. Collier
Jonathan Bullard
NT Poona Ford
Rasheem Green
DT Jarran Reed
Damon Harrison
LEO Alton Robinson
Benson Mayowa
SLB Jordyn Brooks
Shaquem Griffin
MLB Bobby Wagner
Cody Barton
ROLB K.J. Wright
Ben Burr-Kirven
LCB Shaquill Griffin
SS Ryan Neal
Damarious Randall
FS Quandre Diggs
Ugo Amadi
RCB Tre Flowers
Jayson Stanley
K Jason Myers