Found February 25, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Well Kansas Chiefs fans got what they wanted. Alex Smith was likely traded to the Chiefs in a deal that won’t be officially announced until March 12th and Luke Joeckel will be your new left tackle. By completing this trade they let a great prospect in Geno Smith to fall to another team, but this deal will be an epic failure. It will be a failure, because it will not lead to a Super Bowl winning team for the Chiefs... Read more
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