Found January 08, 2014 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Alex Smith
TEAMS: Kansas City Chiefs
According to Jason Cole of the National Football Post,  the Kansas City Chiefs will attempt to sign quarterback Alex Smith to an extension this coming offseason. The Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend the contract of quarterback Alex Smith this offseason be-fore he begins the final year of his current deal, a source said Wednesday. The final year of Smith’s contract is worth $7.5 million.  You have to wonder if Smith will get a deal that’s similar to Jay Cutler’s seven-year, $126 million deal.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report: Chiefs will try to sign Alex Smith to extension appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

BLOG: Is Alex Smith worth an extension?

Jason Cole of the National Football Post reported today that the Chiefs are looking to work an extension out with starting quarterback Alex Smith. #Chiefs will try to extend contract of QB Alex Smith this offseason: — Jason Cole (@JasonPhilCole) January 8, 2014 As the report notes, Smith is entering the final year of a contract he signed in 2012. He would...

Chiefs are looking to extend the contract of QB Alex Smith

National Football Post is reporting that the Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend  a contract to quarterback Alex Smith this off-season. Alex Smith has $7.5 million and one year remaining on his current deal, signed in 2012. The Chiefs jumped from 2-14 to 11-5 this season with Smith under center. In three career playoff games, […]The post Chiefs are looking to extend the contract...

What should the Chiefs do with Alex Smith's contract?

What can you expect from the Kansas City Chiefs upcoming offseason? There will be a number of story lines around the team that we'll be following. Free agency will come in March, with names like Branden Albert, Dexter McCluster and Tyson Jackson up in the air. The Chiefs will also be signing their own free agent players, bringing in some fresh blood. Will they pick up secondary...

Report: Chiefs Expected To Talk Long-Term Extension With QB Alex Smith

Jason Cole of the National Football Post reports that the Kansas City Chiefs are expected to approach QB Alex Smith regarding a long-term extension at some point this offseason. In his first season with the Chiefs, Smith led them to playoffs and played great in their first-round matchup against the Colts before an incredible turnaround from Indy. Smith set career highs in passing...

Flanny's Five: Chiefs need to go all in with Alex Smith

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Five issues surrounding the Chiefs heading into the off-season. ALL IN ON ALEX:  Yes, the Chiefs have numerous decisions to make regarding their crop of free-agents, from Branden Albert to Dexter McCluster to Tyson Jackson to Kendrick Lewis and so on. But they also need to take care of another player who still has one year left on his contract -- quarterback...

Alex Smith: Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend quarterback this offseason

Alex Smith had a wildly successful first season as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs. He led the team to an 11-5 record and a postseason berth after a 2-14 season in 2012. Combined with new head coach Andy Reid, Smith completely remade Kansas City’s offense into a dangerous unit. And now, the Chiefs apparently want to make sure he’s around longer. Reports surfaced late Wednesday...

Chiefs Will Try To Give Alex Smith Extension In Off-Season

The Kansas City Chiefs have their signal caller of the future, now all they need to do is get him signed for the future. According to Jason Cole of the National Football Post, The Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend the contract of quarterback Alex Smith this off-season before he begins the final year of his current deal, a source said Wednesday. Smith led the Chiefs from a 2...

Chiefs will try to extend QB Alex Smith in offseason

The Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend the contract of quarterback Alex Smith this offseason be-fore he begins the final year of his current deal, a source said Wednesday. Smith led the Chiefs as they went from 2-14 in 2012 to an 11-5 record and playoff appearance this season. He has one year left on a three-year deal he signed in 2012. The final year is worth $7.5 million, all...

5 Downs: What’s next for the Chiefs?

The 2013 Kansas City Chiefs had an incredible season. They went from the worst team in the NFL to a wild card team. While they fell short of the ultimate goal of winning a Super Bowl, the progress they made with a new general manager, new head coach and new quarterback was astronomical. And even with the playoffs still rolling along for eight NFL franchises, it is never too early...

Chiefs Want To Sign Alex Smith To Long-Term Deal

The Chiefs are hoping to sign QB Alex Smith to a long-term contract later this offseason. SOURCE: National Football PostFantasy Spin:Statistically, this was easily the best season of Smith's career (23 TD, 7 INT, 3,313 passing yards in 15 contests). As it stands now, Smith will be a free agent after the 2014 season.

Behind Enemy Lines: Kansas City hits the off season

1) What’s the single biggest question surrounding Kansas City at this very moment? How long Alex Smith is about to be the quarterback in Kansas City for. There are reports out now that Smith and the Chiefs are working on a contract extension. reporter Albert Breer said on 610 Sports Radio that he’d guess the deal would be around five years, $90 million with $54 million...

Ex-Oilers great Warren Moon on Chiefs' playoff gag: 'I could relate'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- And here's where a weird story gets freaking weirder: Warren Moon, the last great quarterback to get his heart ripped out of his chest in the AFC playoffs, spent his Saturday watching the same thing happen to Alex Smith while, in all places ... Kansas City. "I was with a bunch of Chiefs fans," the former Oilers, Vikings, Seahawks and Chiefs quarterback...

This hilarious Chiefs meme sums up Saturday perfectly

Describes Chiefs game perfectly. — Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) January 6, 2014 Yes, yes it does. It’s nearly impossible to assign blame for the meltdown against the Colts. Make sure you follow @cover32_KC and @cover32_NFL on Twitter for all the latest breaking news, columns, blogs and features from the Chiefs and the entire NFL. You may also...

Despite KC loss, AFC West still doing well in Power Rankings

And then there were eight. Seventy-five percent of NFL teams are done for the season, as the remaining quarter battles for the Lombardi Trophy. As the league heads into the Divisional Playoffs, the editors at cover32 break down the teams still in the hunt. While the Chiefs are no longer playing football after their devastating loss in Indianapolis, they can take pride in knowing...

Chiefs get raked on Twitter again, compared to Auburn

Too soon, man. Too soon. With the Auburn Tigers up 21-3 last night in the BCS National Championship game, everyone on Twitter suddenly became a comedian, and the Chiefs were the butt of a lot of jokes. The Kansas City Chiefs have to be thinking this game is over. — Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) January 7, 2014 Of course by now you’re very aware that Kansas City collapsed...
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