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Alex Smith, Luke Joeckel on Kansas City Chiefs' radar - NFL.com
Around The League passed along a report Saturday that the Kansas City Chiefs "appear" to be the team most interested in a trade for San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Alex Smith. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms the Chiefs have shown more interest than any other team in dealing for a quarterback who can step in as an immediate starter while rebuilding the rest of the roster. Per Rapoport, the 49ers spent the week "trying to lay ground" for a Smith trade and will do the same next week.
NFP looks at players who shined Sunday at Combine | National Football Post
Russ Lande tells us which players stood out during Sunday's Combine workout
Players that did not shine at Sunday's Combine workout | National Football Post
Russ Lande tell us which players did not shine at the Combine today
Kyle Long's warning to Eagles: Be in shape | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
"You just need to be able to run past the point of exhaustion," said Long, who played for Chip Kelly at Oregon. "You need to be in good cardio shape. A big emphasis on that offense’s tempo. That became very evident the first day I showed up at fall camp, I thought I was going to die."
Eagles have interest in cornerback Sean Smith | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
When free agency starts next month the Eagles would like to address their shaky secondary by considering Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith, according to a person with knowledge of the team’s free-agent strategy. Smith, a 6-foot-3, 218-pound physical corner, is expected to be a hot commodity on the market and the Eagles are leery of engaging in a bidding war that inflates the price tag.
In nonprofit game, many athletes post losing records - Business - The Boston Globe
Some true benefactors, but Globe finds others give little of what’s raised