Alex Smith
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By Clinton Ho, Chiefs Correspondent, Fri, Jul 18th 3:34pm EDT

Smith, who has one year left on his contract, wants to sign an extension and continue his career in Kansas City. The Chiefs, with about $9.4 million of salary cap space available, are facing a quandary with Smith, 30, and outside linebacker Justin Houston, 25, entering the final years of their contracts before they can become unrestricted free agents. (Source: Kansas City Star)

Fantasy Impact: Smith continues to act with professionalism and admits that while he would like a long term deal, he says, "there’s still plenty of time. I still have a whole year left. And who knows what will happen?" Smith is the ideal quarterback to have while looking for an heir. That being said, a 2-3 year contract wouldn't be surprising.

ESPN | Jul 25th
Alex Smith may be leading the Chiefs on the field, but how is he holding them back in fantasy?
The New York Times | Jul 25th
Will remain a solid QB2 choice in Andy Reid's West Coast scheme.
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 24th
Ah, the old game manager Alex Smith. Unspectacular yes, but in the final rounds on draft day if you want a steady bye week option, Smith is your guy. Heck, he even averaged 28.7 YPG last year!
Breaking Football | Jul 24th
Smith is better than he's given credit for and his offense can set him up for more success in 2014. He just needs more weapons.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 24th
The Chiefs made sure running back Jamaal Charles would be in camp on time by reaching agreement on a revised contract that gives Charles a salary more in line with his role on the team’s offense. Among the people who should be thrilled with that development is Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith. Smith is looking for…
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Alex Smith had a nice season for the Kansas City Chiefs and his production was off the charts the last five weeks of the season. He's a great sleeper QB2 who may carry that end of season production into 2014. The Chiefs failed to add an impact wide receiver in the draft though, which was disappointing. They also suffered a ton of free agency losses on the offensive line.