INDIANAPOLIS -- According to multiple reports, the San Francisco 49ers have wrapped up a trade that will put quarterback Alex Smith in a new city. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported via Twitter that the 49ers have sewed up negotiations with a willing trade partner. The interested team is not yet known, though Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com says that from everything he's heard around the scouting combine this week, the Kansas City Chiefs have a deal for Smith that is "all but done."
They still draft Smith.
What would you be doing if nothing were impossible...
KC get Alex Smith, Raiders get Geno Smith and the Cardinals will draft Matt Barkley.
The fact that Buffalo brought up Smith in coaching interviews makes me a little worried.
If I am not mistaken Buffalo discussed the potential of Smith being a Bills with Whisenhunt .
That being said, I feel like Buddy wants to make a more permanent and long term solution to the Bills QB future.
Unless, Buffalo trades for Smith, then turns around and takes someone like Bray in the middle rounds... However, that would be three picks used on the QB position.
I think it is Buffalo (Just for the record)
Last edited by THE SLAMMER; 02-25-2013 at 07:23 AM.
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Bills have been hinting that they want a ravens/9ers type O&D don't be surprised if they gofor a qb in FA
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Browns are not the team on the verge of acquiring Alex Smith.
The Jaguars have ruled themselves out. The Browns aren't the team, either, and the Chiefs have yet to dispute their association with CBS' report. All signs continue to point to Alex Smith becoming Andy Reid's next quarterback. Feb 24 - 7:57 PM
Source: Mary Kay Cabot on Twitter
How can anyone think its the Bills after these reports? LOL
really glad to see this. Alex Smith was a product of good coaching. don't be surprised to see him be the Smith of old. Puts us in a much better spot to get a top QB (as long as they perform well leading up to draft).
Adopt a Bill 2011: Marcell Dareus
Adopt a Bill 2012: Nigel Bradham
Adopt a Bill 2013: Kiko Alonso
All signs point to KC..
The Chronicle of Shame
It started with a fiendish plan...
Then a 70-year-old rookie GM.
Criticism followed shortly.
Soon enough the truth to come to light...
Many were confused by this line of "logic".
His work done, Ralph settled in for another nice long rebuild.
Ladies and gents, your 2012 Buffalo Bills!*
*Note: Same as your 2001-2011 Buffalo Bills