Editor's note: The above video is from October 2014.
Typically, those who play paintball wear clothes best described as disposable.
And, so it goes, for Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith, who was spotted playing the game recently, according to arrowheadpride.com, a website devoted to the Chiefs.
Smith posed for a photo with a fan during the outing. He was wearing a paint-splattered sweatshirt that read, “Super Bowl XLVII.”
To refresh your memory, Super Bowl XLVII was the 49ers-Ravens Super Bowl that was played in February 2013 in New Orleans.
Smith was experiencing his best NFL season when he sustained a concussion in the 49ers' ninth game of the season. Colin Kaepernick replaced Smith in the lineup. Then-coach Jim Harbaugh opted to stick with Kaepernick after Smith was cleared for action.
Smith suited up as the backup quarterback in the Super Bowl, but he did not see any action in the 49ers’ 34-31 loss. One month later, Smith was traded to the Chiefs for two second-round draft picks.
This reader saw Alex paint balling the other day. Which Super Bowl shirt is he wearing? pic.twitter.com/AsRmkmEman— Arrowhead Pride (@ArrowheadPride) May 31, 2016