Chiefs Considering Trading Alex Smith in Offseason; Here are 5 Possible Destinations

With the Kansas City Chiefs coveting Patrick Mahomes skill set, and NFL teams in dire need of a quality starter at quarterback, could Alex Smith be preparing to play his final game in Arrowhead Stadium? According to Ian Rapoport — the Kansas City Chiefs are open to trading Smith this offseason thanks in part to

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Alex Smith Out Sunday vs Chargers With Lacerated Spleen

This sounds painful, and I hope Alex Smith makes a quick recovery. Smith’s will miss Sundays season finale against the Chargers with a lacerated spleen in a must win for both teams. Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has a lacerated spleen, won't play Sunday against Chargers, team announces — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) December 26, 2014 Smith

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Report: Harbaugh’s Pursuit Of Manning Caused Rift With 49ers Players

Adam Schefter is reporting that Jim Harbaugh started to lose his team piece-by-piece, after he lied to Alex Smith about the 49ers pursuit of then free agent, Peyton Manning.  Coach Jim Harbaugh began to lose some of his San Francisco 49ers players when he was not honest with former quarterback Alex Smith about San Francisco’s

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Alex Smith Not Interested in Dalton-Kaepernick Type Contract

Alex Smith is entering his 10th season in the NFL, so he knows far to well how an NFL contract is not always what it seems. Smith is clamoring for a new deal from the Kansas City Chiefs but told USA Today’s Tom Pelissero on Saturday that he’s not interested in the type of pay-as-you-go contracts recently signed by

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Alex Smith: I’m Up There With NFL’s Other Top QB’s

Despite the fact that he’s considered a middle-tier type quarterback in the NFL, Alex Smith wants to get paid like an elite passer. Thursday during an interview with the Kansas City Star, Smith reiterated that he’s willing to wait on a contract extension, and he feels he “right up there with the other top passers in

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Dwayne Bowe On Chemistry With Alex Smith: ‘He’s Like A Brother-In-Law’

This is a different way of describing the chemistry you have with another player. Despite only having 57 catches, for  673 yards and  5 touchdowns, Bowe believes he and Alex Smith have the  chemistry to lift their passing game to new heights.  “We’re doing well right now,” Bowe said, via The Kansas City Star. “We only

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Colin Kaepernick: I Wouldn’t Be Here Without Alex Smith

When discussing Colin Kaepernick’s ascension up the ladder to elite level quarterback, it’s easy to make jokes about the Monday night in 2012 when Kaepernick relieved a concussed Alex Smith and never looked back. After signing a deal for a record $61 million in guarantees, Kaepernick acknowledged Smith and said he wouldn’t be here with

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Report: Alex Smith Wants $18 Million Per Season From Chiefs

We can all formally thank Jay Cutler for every starting quarterback in the league feeling they deserve a big money contract. The Chiefs and Alex Smith are currently at odds about his exact worth to the club.  According to reports, Smith wants to be paid like a franchise quarterback.  Kansas City feels like Smith is

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Andy Reid: ‘I’m Sure’ Chiefs Will Re-Sign Alex Smith

Despite reports that the Kansas City Chiefs and Alex Smith are having contract issues, head coach Andy Reid appeared on “NFL AM” to help calm fans down. Reid’s message was simple, Alex Smith won’t become a free agent. “Well, there’s open communication between both parties. Now, I’m not in that business anymore — that’s (general manager)

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Chiefs Discussing Contract Extension With Alex Smith

Alex Smith proved to the Chiefs that he can be the guy at quarterback, and now Smith and his team are in the early stages of a nice extension for the Pro Bowler. General manager John Dorsey told reporters on a Tuesday conference call that negotiations to extend the quarterback’s contract are ongoing, according Herbie Teope of The

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