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Alex Smith is who we thought he was! It sounds like a line from Dennis Green after a Cardinals loss. Instead, it's closer to a line from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback coach, Matt Nagy. Nagy told the Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, "He's been everything that we thought he was. He's a true professional. He's in his (playbook) every day. He's always asking questions, trying to get better. He's being a leader for the other (quarterbacks) as well." It wasn't hard to predict that Alex Smith would be a true professional making the move from San Francisco to Kansas City. To go through everything that Smith endured throughout his career and to be still kicking at this stage. Only a professional would be able to have a job as solid as Smith's current position. Offensive coordinator Doug Pederson has been impressed with Smith as well. "He's comfortable with what we're doing," Pederson said. "He's unders...
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