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Chiefs will try to trade QB Smith

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to listen to trade offers for quarterback Alex Smith after the season. His days have been numbered with the team since April when the Chiefs traded up to the 10th overall pick to draft Pat Mahomes II.

The Chiefs are expected to listen to offers following the season for the veteran, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. During the preseason, Mahomes II turned heads in his preseason performances.

Alex Smith (Getty Images)

Alex Smith (Getty Images)

At some point this season, the Chiefs could turn to the rookie instead of the veteran, who has been with the team for the past several seasons. Smith also believes he’ll be moved, as well.

He recently said he’ll be playing for a new team in 2018. Smith is set to make $14.5 million next season.

The 33-year-old has been with the Chiefs since the 2013 season when he was acquired in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers. In five-years with the team, he’s gone 42-20 in 62 starts.

He’s gone 1,274 of 1,966 for 13,934 yards. He also has 80 touchdowns and 28 interceptions.

Smith also has 262 carries for 1,320 rushing yards and nine more touchdowns.

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