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Browns offered a second, but not a big contract for Alex Smith

The Browns wanted Alex Smith. But not as much as Washington did, at least financially. According to Pat McManamon of ESPN.com, the Browns offered the Chiefs a second-round pick for Smith, but weren’t prepared to meet his contract demands. Washington gave Smith a new four-year, $94 million deal as part of the trade. They sent [more]
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