Torrey Smith’s son picks up his spirits after loss to Seahawks

Oct 23, 2015 at 6:31 PM--


San Francisco 49ers WR Torrey Smith posts a lot of pictures and videos of his son on Instagram, including showing off some pretty nice dance skills back in July.

On Friday, the day following the 49ers' home defeat to the Seattle Seahawks, Torrey Smith posted the following on Instagram. Apparently he was down about the team's loss, but his son was able to pick his spirits back up. A good and heart warming from the 49ers' receiver.

"When you are disappointed, frustrated, and every other sad word you need things to lift you up....this kid reminds me everyday that life is much bigger than the game...back to work" - Torrey Smith




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