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The 49ers have expressed to others that a deal for QB Alex Smith is effectively complete. Can’t be finalized til league year begins 3/12 — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) February 24, 2013 so it’s not official, both clubs view it at as it’s effectively done. I do not know the other team. KC and JAX are 2 teams that make sense — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) February 24, 2013 It seems as though the San Francisco 49ers have a hand-shake agreement with a mystery team that would send QB Alex Smith out of the Bay Area.  The 49ers are no longer discussing him, and it appears that once the season officially starts on March, 12th he will be gone for good.  You have to wonder if Alex Smith even knows which team he’s been traded too and fans of teams in need of a quarterback can wonder if it was their beloved team that decided to pull the trigger on him.  If I had to guess, I would say it was Jacksonville that snagged him.  The Kansas City Chiefs and Andy Reid seem pretty intrigued ...
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