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Mr. Scot

If you were Alex Smith...

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Philly's no longer a West Coast system, and Cleveland will be running a Coryell.

Would you put Smith in either of those systems?

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I wasn't actually thinking systems, just cities where HE might want to go.

Playing for Andy Reid would not be bad. He would be great in AZ, but doubt they trade him within the division. Buffalo might be like Chicago and not sure his arm is strong enough. I think he could play in Cleveland

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Word that the Cardinals are interested, but that'd be an in-division trade (pretty rare).

The Chiefs, with Andy Reid in charge, seem the most hospitable option.

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That only works if he's released though. Conventional wisdom is he'll be traded.

Ya gotta wonder what the Niners would ask for in trade with a division rival.

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Who do the 49ers have that will be an expensive FA to sign after next season?

They might want to get ahead of the curve on Kap if he has a big year.

Word is SF is getting the 34th pick this year with future considerations.

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Which gives them like 14 or 15 picks in this draft. So, who might be leaving after next season?

If an OT? Then use some of the bevy of picks to move up and get OT Fisher for instance or Lane Johnson.

If a CB, then move up to take Milliner, etc. Then, after next season, you have a guaranteed starter. No use in using all those picks on guys who will never make the team.

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Which gives them like 14 or 15 picks in this draft. So, who might be leaving after next season?

If an OT? Then use some of the bevy of picks to move up and get OT Fisher for instance or Lane Johnson.

If a CB, then move up to take Milliner, etc. Then, after next season, you have a guaranteed starter. No use in using all those picks on guys who will never make the team.

LT isn't a concern for them with Staley, so I don't think they'd need to move up in the Fisher/Johnson range. Fluker would be the most likely target if they want to replace Davis at RT.

And as for CB with them being so close last year, they could go win now. They just might have the chips available to give Idzik a call in New York about Revis.

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Looked up the 49ers and for FA this year and next, they need CB's, WR'rs, LB's, maybe a G and C.

Would they be smart to move up for Milliner or the top WR? Or sit back and hope Cooper drops to them?

Oh and wouldn't it be nice to have a team with over a dozen picks and not in cap hell to pull for?

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