Chiefs

September 1, 2014 4:27 PM

Chiefs’ Alex Smith takes good-natured ribbing from teammates for new deal

Very little is sacred in an NFL locker room. Not personal appearance, not on-field performance and certainly not contract status, as Alex Smith can attest. The Chiefs' quarterback was already a very rich man prior to his new four-year, $68 million contract extension, which was announced on Sunday, but tell that to his teammates, who started harassing their good-natured leader from the moment he entered the team's training facility on Monday.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Tyreek Hill on explaining himself during NFL draft process 01:19

Tyreek Hill on explaining himself during NFL draft process

John Dorsey and Andy Reid on drafting Tyreek Hill 04:43

John Dorsey and Andy Reid on drafting Tyreek Hill

Dontari Poe talks about being stronger 02:08

Dontari Poe talks about being stronger

Ten players available for the Chiefs in the second round 05:12

Ten players available for the Chiefs in the second round

Ten players the Chiefs should target in the NFL Draft 05:58

Ten players the Chiefs should target in the NFL Draft

Chiefs' Eric Fisher talks about being a better offensive lineman 03:36

Chiefs' Eric Fisher talks about being a better offensive lineman

Chiefs' Phillip Gaines discusses his recovery from injury 03:12

Chiefs' Phillip Gaines discusses his recovery from injury

Chiefs players participate in Braden's Hope calendar 02:45

Chiefs players participate in Braden's Hope calendar

Chiefs' Mitch Morse remembers his draft 01:16

Chiefs' Mitch Morse remembers his draft

Share Video

Sports Videos