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Tampa Bay Bucs reportedly won't extend Freeman

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Alex smith would make the most since IMO, I think he would do well in TB. I hope he doesn't go there.

For some reason I have a strong feeling Alex Smith will end up with the Eagles.

Reportedly Reid and the Chiefs want Smith.

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Reportedly Reid and the Chiefs want Smith.

but not w the first pick

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Reportedly Reid and the Chiefs want Smith.

Makes perfect sense actually, I was thinking Philly heavily because of The Walrus.

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Walrus also likes the big uglies and best guy in the draft is a left tackle.

Also, Chiefs left tackle is FA and wants huge dollars.

Figure, he might want to trade back up into the first round to get Geno. Besides the Chiefs, who would be the fist team to go after Geno? Raiders?

(12:01 AM): More hints that Chiefs won’t go QB at #1 … Despite the fact that the team desperately need an upgrade at the position, the rumblings out of Kansas City continue to suggest that the Chiefs likely won’t be selecting a QB with the first overall pick at the 2013 draft. Team chairman Clark Hunt is the latest Kansas City senior exec to suggest that the Chiefs will go in another direction after he was quoted in the Kansas City Star as saying “there’s probably not that franchise quarterback who will be sitting there like there was last year, but you still have a lot of options in terms of trades or just taking a player who can really help you upgrade with that #1 pick.” Earlier this year new Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid and new G.M. John Dorsey had both said pretty much the same thing about their thoughts on the top pick.

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