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Great Options in the Quarterback Position for NFL Draft 2013

Written by Gaby Varji   
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 20:00

NFL Draft 2013 OptionsThere are really great options in the quarterback position in the NFL Draft 2013. Free agency has even fewer options. That leaves teams desperate for a quarterback as the Kansas City Chiefs more than willing to tie up their quarterback for 2013 as soon as possible.

The Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have agreed to a change to send Alex Smith to Kansas City. The deal can not become official until the start of the league year on March 12, but the Chiefs have left "clear commitment" with Smith, according to Glazer.

The site www.bsnsportsblog.com reported that compensation is a second-round pick in 2013 and possibly a 2014 selection. The way in which the news raised Glazer suggests that there will be a new contract for Smith, who is owed $ 7.5 million in the final year of his contract. The Chiefs would not deliver much in the draft for a quarterback in a single year.

The Chiefs made a similar move after hiring Scott Pioli in 2009, when they traded a second-round pick to the New England Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel by linebacker Mike Vrabel and.

 

Cassel is expected to be released by the Chiefs at any time. The new manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid plan to start from scratch at the quarterback position, and Smith is the first major piece placed. It will not be surprising that add another quarterback in the draft, but this recruitment appears to concede that any rookie quarterback is ready to be a starter immediately.

With his intelligence and mobility-recognized, Smith makes little sense at quarterback Andy Reid style. He can help the Chiefs to compete right away because the team has talent on defense and some parts ready on offense as Jamaal Charles, Jonathan Baldwin and Dwayne Bowe possibly, you will probably receive the franchise tag. The negative side of Smith: No longer will Jim Harbaugh's guidance.

Smith had many ups and downs in San Francisco. Now received what he loved most: A new beginning and an organization that really wants it.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 22:47
 
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