Maybe one Smith at quarterback isn't enough for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Having already acquired Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers to be their starting quarterback, the Chiefs are set to host West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith on a visit, per ESPN.com.
By bringing Alex Smith on board, the Chiefs are expected to address another issue, perhaps tackle, with the top overall pick. But they are doing their due diligence on Geno Smith, just in case.
The Bills and Eagles have conducted private workouts with Geno Smith, and the Jaguars, who hold the No. 2 pick, also have some interest in the former West Virginia QB.
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