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Before the 2013 offseason, the Chiefs had a lot talent on their team, but they were still in need of a good quarterback. The Chiefs made a deal with the 49ers in order to make Alex Smith a Chief during this offseason.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles already thinks very high of Alex Smith. Charles thinks of Smith as a Super Bowl-caliber winning quarterback.
Charles said this on NFL Network:
“He’s been winning most all of his career. I think he wants to prove people wrong: That he is a good quarterback, that he can stay consistent.”
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