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Arrowheadlines: Alex Smith is “jacked” to be heading to Redskins

New quarterback Alex Smith says he's 'jacked' to be joining Washington | The Salt Lake Tribune

"I would be lying if I said the wife and I have not been scoping out the area on Google Maps," Smith said Thursday on the Murph & Mac podcast on KBNR radio (San Francisco).

"I'm jacked. I'm really excited. Once I found out that things in Kansas City were going in a different direction, I was pumped at the opportunity, and when Washington came calling I was hopeful that that was a possible destination, and I'm just jacked that it worked out. They wanted me because the feeling was mutual, and I'm looking forward to it."

Indianapolis Colts hire Frank Reich to be next coach |

"We are excited to have Frank Reich as our new head coach," Colts general manager Chris Ballard said. "Frank is a leader of men who will demand excellence from our players on and off the field. I look forward to working with Frank to deliver a championship-caliber team to the city of Indianapolis."

Taking a look at the story lines that will dominate the NFL’s offseason I The Washington Post

Where will Kirk Cousins land?

The Washington Redskins already have landed their replacement for quarterback Kirk Cousins by agreeing to trade a third-round draft pick and cornerback Kendall Fuller to the Kansas City Chiefs for Alex Smith. The Redskins reportedly are considering franchise-tagging Cousins in order to trade him, but that would be highly problematic without Cousins’s cooperation on a new contract with his next team. If he hits the unrestricted free agent market March 14 unburdened by the franchise tag, he could choose from a group of bidders that could include the New York Jets, Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals and maybe the Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings.

Reuben Foster arrested on domestic violence, threat charges |

"The San Francisco 49ers organization is aware of the report regarding Reuben Foster," a 49ers spokesman said. "We take matters of this nature seriously and are gathering all pertinent information."

Johnny Manziel reflects on his 'huge downfall,' says he hopes to 'get back to the NFL' | ABC News

Former quarterback Johnny Manziel said he hopes to return to the National Football League following what he calls his "huge downfall," and opened up about how he has turned his life around since the Cleveland Browns cut him for off-the-field controversy.

"I had a sense of entitlement about what I had accomplished at the age," Manziel, a former college football phenom, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News' T.J. Holmes.

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