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San Francisco 49ers fans can take a bow, scream and shout that they received a high second round pick with another pick in the 2014 draft by dealing Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs. It was about as good as horse trading comes by NFL standards, because Smith was never worth that type of compensation to begin with. However the 49ers are now in the dark without a backup quarterback for the wonder boy Colin Kaepernick... Read more
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  • How about Philip Rivers!??
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