Washington releases Alex Smith: What’s next for him and the team? | NFL Live

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Washington releases Alex Smith: What’s next for him and the team? | NFL Live” – below is their description.

    NFL Live reacts to the Washington Football Team releasing quarterback Alex Smith and discuss what’s next for him and the franchise.

    0:00 Field Yates describes the market for Smith in NFL free agency.

    1:20 Marcus Spears says if WFT could trade for Deshaun Watson, they could become a playoff contender in the NFC, but also mentions Andy Dalton and Jameis Winston.

    2:50 Jeff Saturday praises Washington’s coaching staff and what gives him pause about Winston.


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