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Alex Smith
QB #11
Height:
6-4
Weight:
217
Age:
33
College:
Utah
Hometown:
La Mesa, Calif.
Experience:
14

Quick Stats (2017):

TDS
26
INT
5
YDS
4,042
RTG
104.7

HONOR ROLL
Three-time Pro Bowl selection (2013, 2016-17 seasons)
49ers Ed Block Courage Award (2011) USA-Today All-Joe Team (2011) 
NFL Top 100 Players 
>> No. 81 after 2015, No. 81 after 2016

TRANSACTIONS 
Originally selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round (1st overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft... Re-signed with the 49ers on July 29, 2011... Re-signed with the 49ers on March 21, 2012... Traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on March 12, 2013... Re-signed with the Chiefs on August 31, 2014... Traded to the Washington Redskins on March 14, 2018.

PRO 
Enters 2018 having appeared in 156 regular season games (151 starts) and seven postseason games (all starts)... Completed 2,877-of-4,613 passes for 31,888 yards with 183 touchdowns and 96 interceptions for a passer rating of 87.4 in his first 13 NFL seasons with San Francisco (2005-12) and Kansas City (2013-17)... In 2013, joined a Chiefs squad that went 2-14 a year earlier and then led the franchise to 11, 9, 11, 12 and 10 wins, respectively, and led the team to four poseason berths in his five seasons in Kansas City... Joined the Redskins in 2018 having recorded at least 450 pass attempts and single-digit interceptions in five straight seasons from 2013-17, the longest streak in NFL history. As of the end of the 2017 season, no other NFL quarterback had ever posted more than three such consecutive seasons.

HONOR ROLL
Three-time Pro Bowl selection (2013, 2016-17 seasons)
49ers Ed Block Courage Award (2011) USA-Today All-Joe Team (2011)
NFL Top 100 Players
>> No. 81 after 2015, No. 81 after 2016

TRANSACTIONS
Originally selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round (1st overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft... Re-signed with the 49ers on July 29, 2011... Re-signed with the 49ers on March 21, 2012... Traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on March 12, 2013... Re-signed with the Chiefs on August 31, 2014... Traded to the Washington Redskins on March 14, 2018.

PRO
Enters 2018 having appeared in 156 regular season games (151 starts) and seven postseason games (all starts)... Completed 2,877-of-4,613 passes for 31,888 yards with 183 touchdowns and 96 interceptions for a passer rating of 87.4 in his first 13 NFL seasons with San Francisco (2005-12) and Kansas City (2013-17)... In 2013, joined a Chiefs squad that went 2-14 a year earlier and then led the franchise to 11, 9, 11, 12 and 10 wins, respectively, and led the team to four poseason berths in his five seasons in Kansas City... Joined the Redskins in 2018 having recorded at least 450 pass attempts and single-digit interceptions in five straight seasons from 2013-17, the longest streak in NFL history. As of the end of the 2017 season, no other NFL quarterback had ever posted more than three such consecutive seasons.

YEAR-BY-YEAR
2017 (CHIEFS)
Started all 15 games in which he appeared, missing only a Week 17 contest after the team had already clinched its second straight AFC West title... Recorded career highs in completions (341), passing yards (4,042), passing touchdowns (26) and passer rating (104.7) while throwing only five interceptions, earning his third career Pro Bowl selection... His 5.2 touchdowns per interception were the best in the NFL in 2017 and the 15th-best in NFL history... Led the NFL in passer rating (104.7), becoming the first Chief to lead a league in that category since Len Dawson (98.6) led the AFL in 1968... Recorded five 300-yard games, a career high... Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after completing 28-of- 35 passes for 368 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in an opening night win at NE (9/7)... Threw for 324 yards, completing 29-of-37 passes in pushing the Chiefs to a 5-0 start at HOU (10/8)... Opened the season with eight straight games without an interception before throwing one in Week 9 at DAL. Including the end of the 2016 season, threw 297 passes between interceptions, the second-longest streak of his career and the fifth-longest streak in NFL history... Set an NFL record for the most pass attempts to open a season without an interception (287)... Recorded his second four-touchdown, zero-interception performance of the season at NYJ (12/3). Also recorded a career-long 70- yard rush in the contest... Completed 24-of-33 passes for 264 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the AFC Wild Card Round vs. TEN (1/6).

2016 (CHIEFS)
Appeared in 15 games with 15 starts, completing 328-of- 489 passes for 3,502 yards with 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions... Helped guide the team to a 12-4 record and its first AFC West title since 2010, earning a first-round bye... Also rushed for five touchdowns, tying Steve Bono's franchise record by a quarterback (five in 1995)... Earned his second career Pro Bowl selection... Opened the season with an overtime win at SD (9/11), completing 34-of-48 passes for a season-best 363 yards with two touchdowns and an interception... Set a Chiefs record by completing 86.4 pecent of his passes (19-of-22) at OAK (10/16)... Engineered his second fourth-quarter comeback win of the season at CAR (11/13), leading the team to 17 unanswered points to overcome a 17-3 deficit after three quarters in a 20-17 victory... Added his third fourth-quarter comeback win of the season at DEN (11/27). Tied the game with a touchdown pass and two-point conversion with 12 seconds remaining, and then led the Chiefs on two field goal drives in overtime for the win.

2015 (CHIEFS)
Started all 16 games, completing 307-of-470 passes for 3,486 yards with 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions, helping Kansas City to an 11-5 record and a postseason berth... Also rushed 84 times for 498 yards, breaking his own franchise records by a quarterback... Was one of two recipients of the club's Derrick Thomas Award, given to the team's Most Valuable Player... Led the team to 10 consecutive victories down the stretch after the team opened the season 1-5... Threw three touchdowns and no interceptions in season-opening win at HOU (9/13)... Threw a career-high 386 yards on 31-of-45 passes at CIN (10/4)... Did not throw an interception in Weeks 4-13, eventually snapping the streak with a pick in Week 14 at SD (12/13). His 312 pass attempts without an interception represented the second-longest streak in NFL history, trailing only Tom Brady (358)... Completed a season-high 84.0 percent of passes (21-of-25) at BAL (12/20)... Guided the Chiefs to a 30-0 win in the AFC Wild Card Round at HOU (1/9), completing 17-of-22 passes for 190 yards with one touchdown and one interception... Completed 29-of-50 passes for 246 yards with one touchdown in AFC Divisional Round at NE (1/16).

2014 (CHIEFS)
Started all 15 games in which he played, completing 303- of-464 passes for 3,265 yards with 18 touchdowns and six interceptions... Helped the Chiefs finish the season 9-7... Threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions in consecutive games at MIA (9/21) and vs. NE (9/29). Eclipsed a passer rating of 135.0 in both contests... Recorded a season- high 311 yards in his final game of the season in Week 16 at PIT... Missed Week 17 with a lacerated spleen.

2013 (CHIEFS)
Earned his first Pro Bowl selection after inheriting a 2-14 team and helping lead the franchise to an 11-5 record and a postseason berth... Started all 15 games in which he played and established then-career-highs for attempts (508) and then completions (308), eclipsing the 500-attempt and 300-completion marks for the first time in his career... Set a then-franchise record for most rushing yards in a single season by a quarterback, racking up a career-high 431 yards on 76 carries (5.7 avg.)... Became only the second quarterback in Chiefs history to win his first nine starts with the team, joining Mike Livingston (1969-72)... Recorded three-touchdown games vs. NYG (9/29) and vs. SD (11/24)... Tallied his first career perfect 158.3 passer rating (min. 20 att.) at OAK (12/15). Completed 17 of 20 passes for 287 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions and became only the second Chiefs player to record a perfect 158.3 passer rating in a game (min. 20 att.), joining Trent Green, who accomplished the feat on Dec. 14, 2003... Threw for postseason franchise records in attempts (46), completions (30), yards (378) and touchdowns (four) in the AFC Wild Card Round at IND (1/4). His 378 yards and four touchdown passes broke franchise marks set by Joe Montana.

2012 (49ERS)
Played in 10 games with nine starts, completing 153-of-218 for 1,737 yards with 13 touchdowns and five interceptions... Led the Niners to a 6-2-1 record in his nine starts, helping the team en route to an 11-4-1 record, an NFC West title, an NFC Championship and a berth in Super Bowl XLVII... Engineered a 45-3 win vs. BUF (10/7), completing 18-of-24 passes for 303 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions... Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors in Week 8 at ARI (10/29) after completing 18-of-19 passes (94.7 percent) for 232 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions... Suffered a concussion in a Week 10 tie vs. STL (11/11).

2011 (49ERS)
Led the 49ers to a 13-3 regular season record and a trip to their first NFC Championship Game since 1994... Started all 16 regular season games, completing 273-of-445 passes for 3,144 yards with 17 touchdowns and five interceptions... Also posted then-career highs with 52 rushing attempts for 179 yards with two rushing touchdowns... Started both postseason contests, throwing for 495 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions... Did not throw an interception in the final five games of the season... Named the Comeback Player of the Year by Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News. and also earned Ed Block Courage Award and USA Today All- Joe Team honors... During the camapgin, became the sixth quarterback in San Francisco franchise history to pass for more than 10,000 yards in a career... Led six fourth-quarter comebacks, including four on the road. His four comefrom- behind road victories tied the franchise record set by Joe Montana in 1989... Set a franchise record for fewest interceptions in a season with five (min. 400 attempts) in 2011... Led the Niners a 36-32 win in NFC Divisional Round vs. NO (1/14), completing 24-of-42 passes for 299 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Took a late 29- 24 lead with a 28-yard touchdown run with 2:11 remaining, and after a New Orleans touchdown drive in response, engineered a seven-play, 85-yard drive culminating in a 14-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Vernon Davis with nine seconds remaining... Threw two touchdown passes in an overtime loss vs. NYG (1/22) in the NFC Championship Game.

2010 (49ERS)
Started 10 of the 11 games in which he played, completing 204-of-342 passes for 2,370 yards with 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions... Completed 25-of-39 passes for 309 yards with three touchdowns vs. PHI (10/10)... Did not play in Weeks 8-13... In his return to the field in Week 14, completed 17-of-27 passes for 255 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in a 40-21 win vs. SEA (12/12)... Concluded the season with a 38-7 Week 17 win vs. ARI (1/2), throwing for 276 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.

2009 (49ERS)
Appeared in 11 games, starting 10, completing 225-of-372 passes for 2,350 yards with 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions... Made his season debut in Week 7, entering in reserve in the third quarter and going 15-of-22 for 206 yards with three touchdowns at HOU (10/25)... Recorded the first 300- yard passing game of his career in Week 13 at SEA (12/6), completing 27-of-45 passes for 310 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions.

2008 (49ERS)
Spent the season on the Reserve/Injured list with a shoulder injury.

2007 (49ERS)
Started all seven games in which he played, completing 94- of-193 passes for 914 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions... Engineered fourth-quarter comeback wins in each of the first two games of the season... Drove the Niners 86 yards in 12 plays for a game-winning touchdown with 22 seconds remaining vs. ARI (9/10)... Started in another fourth-quarter comeback win a week later at STL (9/16), earning a 17-16 victory on a Joe Nedney field goal in the final four minutes.

2006 (49ERS)
Started all 16 games in 2006, becoming the first quarterback in 49ers history to take every snap over the course of a season... Completed 257-of-442 passes for 2,890 yards with 16 touchdowns and 16 interceptions... Posted season highs in attempts (46), completions (27) and passing yards (293) in Week 3 vs. PHI (9/24)... Threw three touchdown passes in a 34-20 win vs. OAK (10/8)... Trailing 7-3 entering the fourth quarter in Week 15 at SEA (12/14), led the Niners on three consecutive touchdown drives including two touchdown passes and a touchdown run to earn a 24-14 victory.

2005 (49ERS)
Played in nine games as a rookie, making seven starts... Completed 84-of-165 passes for 875 yards.

COLLEGE
Played collegiately at Utah, appearing in 26 games with 22 starts) and boasting a 21-1 record as a starter... Completed 389-of-587 passes (66.3 percent) for 5,208 yards with 47 touchdowns and only eight interceptions in three seasons... Added 1,072 rushing yards with 15 rushing touchdowns on 286 carries (4.7 avg.)... Set Utah career records for completion percentage (66.3), passing efficiency (162.7) and yards gained per completion (13.5 avg.)... In his third and final season at Utah in 2004, he became first player in school history to be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy after leading the Utes to a 12-0 record, completing 214-of-317 passes (67.5 percent) for 2,952 yards with 32 touchdowns and four interceptions, adding 135 carries for 631 yards (4.7 avg.) with 10 rushing touchdowns. Named National Player of the Year by The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated and was also named CoSIDA Football Academic All-American of the Year... Was a finalist for the Davey O’Brien Award, given to the nation’s top passer... Added second-team Walter Camp All-American, Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year and unanimous first-team All-Mountain West Conference accolades... Assumed the starting quarterback job in the season’s third game as a sophomore in 2003... Completed 173-of-266 passes (65.0 percent) for 2,247 yards with 15 touchdowns and three interceptions... Rushed 149 times for 452 yards (3.0 avg.) and five touchdowns ... Was a second-team All-Mountain West Conference pick.. Appeared in two games as a true freshman in 2002, completing two-of-five passes with one interception.

PERSONAL
Attended Helix H.S. in La Mesa, Calif., earning All-CIF, All-Conference, All-County, team MVP and National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete honors... Twice named the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year and served as team captain as a junior and a senior... Guided his team to a 25-1 record in his final two seasons... Established the Alex Smith Foundation, which provides foster teens with the tools and resources needed to transition to successful adulthood. More than 30 kids have been fully-funded completely through college, including tuition, mentoring, counseling and other tools needed to come out of school debtfree... Named as the Chiefs' 2017 Man of the Year, earning the honor after supporting 23 foster kids through college as part of his Guardian Scholars Program at San Diego State University and also playing an active role with Cornerstones of Care to help youth in foster care achieve their academic dreams.... Committed $500,000 to the University of Utah’s athletic department in 2007, helping fund the Alex Smith Strength and Conditioning Facility - a $1.5 million expansion of Utah’s varsity athletics weight room.. Graduated from Utah in three years with a bachelor’s degree in economics and scored a 40 on the Wonderlic Test prior to the 2005 NFL Draft... Son of Doug and Pam Smith. Doug played football at Weber State... Nephew of John L. Smith, the head coach at Kentucky State University whose college coaching tenure also includes head coaching tenures at Arkansas (2012), Michigan State (2003-06), Louisville (1998-2002), Utah State (1995-97) and Idaho (1989-94)... Married to his wife, Elizabeth, and has two sons and one daughter... Born May 7, 1984.

Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 2,877 4,613 31,888 6.9 183 96 388 2,203 87.4 529 2,433 4.6 14 69 28
2017 KC 15 15 341 505 4,042 8 26 5 35 207 104.7 60 355 5.9 1 2 1
2016 KC 15 15 328 489 3,502 7.2 15 8 28 140 91.2 48 134 2.8 5 7 4
2015 KC 16 16 307 470 3,486 7.4 20 7 45 235 95.4 84 498 5.9 2 4 0
2014 KC 15 15 303 464 3,265 7 18 6 45 229 93.4 49 254 5.2 1 4 1
2013 KC 15 15 308 508 3,313 6.5 23 7 39 210 89.1 76 431 5.7 1 7 3
2012 SF 10 9 153 218 1,737 8 13 5 24 137 104.1 31 132 4.3 0 4 1
2011 SF 16 16 273 445 3,144 7.1 17 5 44 263 90.7 52 179 3.4 2 7 2
2010 SF 11 10 204 342 2,370 6.9 14 10 25 140 82.1 18 60 3.3 0 4 2
2009 SF 11 10 225 372 2,350 6.3 18 12 22 134 81.5 24 51 2.1 0 3 1
2008 SF 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 SF 7 7 94 193 914 4.7 2 4 17 121 57.2 13 89 6.8 0 6 5
2006 SF 16 16 257 442 2,890 6.5 16 16 35 202 74.8 44 147 3.3 2 10 5
2005 SF 9 7 84 165 875 5.3 1 11 29 185 40.8 30 103 3.4 0 11 3
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @NE W 42-27 28 35 80 368 10.5 4 0 3 16 148.6 5 3 0.6 0 -- --
2 PHI W 27-20 21 28 75 251 9 1 0 4 19 113.8 4 21 5.3 0 -- --
3 @LAC W 24-10 16 21 76.2 155 7.4 2 0 5 33 128.1 2 9 4.5 0 -- --
4 WAS W 29-20 27 37 73 293 7.9 1 0 4 32 104.9 7 56 8 1 -- --
5 @HOU W 42-34 29 37 78.4 324 8.8 3 0 1 1 130.2 5 19 3.8 0 -- --
6 PIT L 13-19 19 34 55.9 246 7.2 1 0 3 23 88.6 4 13 3.3 0 -- --
7 @OAK L 30-31 25 36 69.4 342 9.5 3 0 1 11 127.3 1 0 -- 0 1 0
8 DEN W 29-19 14 31 45.2 202 6.5 1 0 1 5 77.6 4 33 8.3 0 1 1
9 @DAL L 17-28 25 34 73.5 263 7.7 2 1 2 8 102.9 5 19 3.8 0 -- --
11 @NYG L 9-12 27 40 67.5 230 5.8 0 2 1 1 61.5 5 27 5.4 0 -- --
12 BUF L 10-16 23 36 63.9 199 5.5 1 1 2 18 76 5 35 7 0 -- --
13 @NYJ L 31-38 19 33 57.6 366 11.1 4 0 2 4 135.9 1 70 70 0 -- --
14 OAK W 26-15 20 34 58.8 268 7.9 0 1 4 25 71.7 5 24 4.8 0 -- --
15 LAC W 30-13 23 30 76.7 231 7.7 2 0 1 8 120.3 3 13 4.3 0 -- --
16 MIA W 29-13 25 39 64.1 304 7.8 1 0 1 3 96.5 4 13 3.3 0 -- --
17 @DEN W 27-24 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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