Geno Smith agrees to 1-year deal with Chargers

Geno Smith has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers.

The team announced the agreement with the quarterback Sunday night. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The Kansas City Chiefs have more weapons on offense than the division rival Chargers, and they’re to be feared coming off a 10-win season in which they averaged nearly 26 points per game.

I think big picture with the linebackers, you know, going from a scheme change from (former coordinator) Teryl Austin’s scheme to now coach (Matt) Patricia’s scheme, we’re looking for bigger guys at the linebacker position, general manager Bob Quinn said. I think all of them have versatility. They can play on the line, they can play off the line, so I think Matt, once we get into the offseason program, kind of get the guys on the field with their new coaches, we’ll kind of see how they fit in.

In addition to Kennard, the Lions completed their overhaul of the position group with the additions of Christian Jones and Johnathan Freeny. They’ll pair with Jarrad Davis, last year’s first-round pick, who has more than enough bulk to be the thumper needed in the middle of the defense.

Kennard is the key addition, which is why he earned a three-year, $17.25 million contract, the biggest the team awarded in free agency. As a member of the New York Giants, he regularly lined up on the line of scrimmage, both as an edge rusher and interior defender, even more than he played off the ball, like a traditional outside linebacker in a 4-3 scheme.

And, it continues to be worth noting, they had a golden opportunity to avoid this stain on their reputation last offseason, but after a seemingly positive visit and praise from Pete Carroll, they, like every other team, chose not to sign Kaepernick as a backup. They did this at a time when their locker room, their entire on- and off-field approach, was progressive and willing to engage in freedom of varied expressions so much that it appeared ideal for Kaepernick to fit in seamlessly.

Particularly since the mostly unspoken reason given for the league ignoring Kaepernick was distractions. And because there’s no floor to how far the freeze-out will sink, one of the first names to surface for the Seahawks to replace Boykin was … Mark Sanchez.

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