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Alex Smith to take pay cut

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  1. DisgruntledTunaFan

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    Depending on the paycut, this is a good deal for Smith. He knows he's not cutting it with San Fran, and is going to make more money on a reduced version of his original deal than he would in free agency if he was cut.
     
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    We have a guy named Tom.

    Use the NFL Forum for this kinda news.
     
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    This dude could be the luckiest guy in the league. How he still manages to even be on a roster is a testiment to how solid his agent must be.
     
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    I was going to say that this sounded noble of him - but realized that it was entirely to his benefit, as well as the 49ers.

    I'd hate to think what the media out here would "do" to a player picked #1 overall who ended up with as much of a bust label as Smith currently has stamped on him.
     
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