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Alex Smith
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Team: Kansas City ChiefsHt/Wt: 6-4/217 NFFC ADP: 132.29
Position: QBBorn: 5/7/1984 Birthplace: Seattle, WA
College: UtahDraft: 1st Round 1st pick by 49ers (2005)


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Aug. 31 6:29 PM PT7:29 PM MT8:29 PM CT9:29 PM ET1:29 GMT9:29 AM 北京时间6:29 PM MST8:29 PM EST8:29 PM CT5:29 UAE (+1)21:29 ET0:29 - Smith has agreed to a four-year, $68 million extension that includes $45 million in guaranteed money, a person familiar with the contract told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday because the team had not announced the deal, which will keep Smith in Kansas City through the 2018 season.
Analysis: Smith and his representatives had been discussing an extension with the Chiefs for several months, and the veteran quarterback was hopeful a deal would be done before the regular season.
July 30 10:37 AM PT11:37 AM MT12:37 PM CT1:37 PM ET17:37 GMT1:37 AM 北京时间10:37 AM MST12:37 PM EST12:37 PM CT21:37 UAE13:37 ET16:37 - Smith says that the time is approaching where he will shelve all talk about a contract extension and focus solely on football for the remainder of the season.
Analysis: The Chiefs have been discussing a new deal with Smiths' representatives for months, though the sides remain far apart. Smith said after practice Wednesday that he's yet to set a date to break off negotiations, but he acknowledged that "at some point mentally it'll come to me." Smith is due $7.5 million this season, the final year of his contract, and many expect him to get an extension similar to what Colin Kaepernick received from the San Francisco 49ers.
Apr. 21 12:20 PM PT1:20 PM MT2:20 PM CT3:20 PM ET19:20 GMT3:20 AM 北京时间12:20 PM MST2:20 PM EST2:20 PM CT23:20 UAE15:20 ET18:20 - The Chiefs are speaking with representatives of quarterback Alex Smith about an extension that would keep him in Kansas City beyond next season. Smith said Monday that his agent, Tom Condon, has been talking with the team about a new contract. Smith is due to make $7.5 million in the final year of a contract signed in 2012, when he was still with the San Francisco 49ers.
Analysis: Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid have both expressed their desire to keep Smith in Kansas City, but his play last season underscored his value. Smith completed 66 percent of his passes with a career-best 23 touchdowns and only seven interceptions while leading a team that had been 2-14 to an 11-5 record and the playoffs.
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