2012 NFL Free Agency – Quarterback/Part #1

Here is the list of restricted-unrestricted free agent quarterbacks available.

Here is a list of street free agent quarterbacks that are available.

GM Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel have said there will be competition in 2012 for starting QB Matt Cassel.

The quality of that competition remains to be seen. Cassel is Pioli’s boy and in many ways they are connected because of their common roots from New England and how they arrived at Arrowhead Stadium together in 2009. Winning would help calm the waters in the Chiefs organization, but Pioli really needs Cassel to be the man who leads the team to those victories, much as he did in the 2010 season.

For our purposes today, let’s take Pioli and Crennel at their word when they say there will be competition, real competition. That means they are going to have to sign a quarterback with some level of experience if they really want to create a fight for the job. That’s where a guy like Peyton Manning would come in, but the chances of that getting done for the Chiefs are slim. Under Pioli and Clark Hunt that has not been their personality or their plan.

So that leaves the rest of the free agency market for the Chiefs to consider. It’s made up of 34 unrestricted and restricted free agents. Then, there’s another 27 quarterbacks that are street free agents, who finished the 2011 season with no team affiliation, although some played limited snaps last year.

For Pioli and Crennel, the question becomes, who is worth consideration in that pool of 60+ quarterbacks?

We say, look first to the San Francisco Bay Area where a pair of quarterbacks are available and worthy of considerations – the 49ers starter Alex Smith and former Raiders starter Jason Campbell.

Here is our guess on who might get the most attention from the Chiefs based on several factors. We’ve broken that list down to 18 quarterbacks that are younger than 30 years old. The Chiefs aren’t going to have any interest in guys like Mark Brunell (41 years old), Jon Kitna (39), Kerry Collins (38) or Jake Delhomme (36). At least they shouldn’t have any interest in those types of QBs. They are going to seek a player of decent age (30 or under) with experience in the league, especially as a starting quarterback.

Again, we are assuming they really want competition for Cassel.

Here are our selections of the top quarterbacks 30 and under that have starting experience in the league. They should be able to come in and truly compete with Cassel, if that’s what the Chiefs truly want. I’ve ranked them in order of preference and possible production. Here are No. 1 and 2. On Tuesday, we’ll look at No. 3-4-5.

1. Alex Smith/San Francisco

Numbers – 6-4, 217 pounds; the Seattle native will turn 28 in May; he’s been in the league for seven years, after being the first player selected in the 2005 NFL Draft out of the University of Utah; he’s played only six seasons, missing the 2008 season due to injury; over his career he’s played in 72 games with 68 starts (including playoffs); Smith was the starting QB for the 49ers in 2006 and 2009-11; his record as a starting QB is 33-35; as a runner in the NFL, he’s gained 629 yards on 181 carries.

Strength/Weakness – Intelligent, leader, persistent, driven – all the intangibles an NFL team could ever want from its quarterback; plays as a game manager, rather than a gunslinger-type QB; would rather take a sack than throw a pass into what might be a chancy situation; vision of the field has improved, but still needs growth, as he too often locks in one a single receiver; excellent mobility and is a threat to run the ball, especially in the red zone; arm strength is average, but he can make all the throws; generally physically tough as he’s taken a pounding over his career.

Info – Smith’s career has been hurt by the instability of the 49ers coaching situation during his career. He’s had a different offensive coordinator every season, with very different styles at times: Mike McCarthy, Norv Turner, Jim Hostler, Mike Martz, Jimmy Raye, Mike Johnson and Greg Roman; he was 21-1 as the starter at Utah for head coach Urban Meyer and earned a bachelor’s degree in economics in two years; no QB has run Meyer’s offense better than Smith did at Utah, and that includes Tim Tebow; he missed the 2008 season because of complications after surgery late in 2007 on his right shoulder where three torn ligaments were repaired. Lingering problems with the shoulder popped up in the ’08 pre-season and he was put on the injured-reserve list.

Financials – As the first choice in the 2005 NFL Draft, Smith signed a six-year contract for $49.5 million with $24 million in guaranteed money; in 2009 he renegotiated his deal with San Francisco, agreeing to a major slash from the $24.6 million he was still owed, to $9 million for the 2009-10 seasons; he was an unrestricted free agent after the 2010 season, and decided to stay with the Niners on a one-year deal for $5 million.

Overview – After the commitment coach Jim Harbaugh made to Smith last year even before the season started and then the QB’s performance during the season, it’s hard to imagine the Niners allowing Smith to get away. It’s also hard to see Smith leaving the Niners. He’s had three previous opportunities in 2009-10-11 and did not leave. In what is an overall weak free agent class of quarterbacks, he’s not the type that’s going to command break-the-bank money, so financially he would be a player that would interest the Chiefs. The major question would be whether Alex Smith would find any interest in wearing a very different shade of red and gold?

Quarterback

Season

G/S

Att

Cmp

%

Yds

Avg Per Att

TD

INT

Scks

Alex Smith

2011

16/16

445

273

61.3

3,144

7.1

17

5

44

Alex Smith

Career

70/66

1,959

1,137

58.0

12,543

6.4

68

58

172

Matt Cassel

Career

69/54

1,767

1,042

59.0

11.699

6.6

76

45

141

2. Jason Campbell/Washington

Numbers – 6-5, 230 pounds; he is 30 years old (12/31/1981); selected by the Washington Redskins in the first-round of the 2005 NFL Draft out of Auburn University; he has started 70 games in the league and has a 31-39 record as the starter for the Redskins and Raiders; he’s been a runner through his career with 1,068 yards on 218 carries or an average of 4.9 yards per carry.

Strength/Weakness – Physically gifted, natural athlete, Campbell can physically handle all aspects of the quarterback position. His arm is strong and after years of work and tutoring at the NFL level, his delivery is much sharper than when he came into the league; has the footwork to be able to avoid rushers in the pocket, plus he can get outside and run if necessary; tends to be very inconsistent with his decision making and takes chances throwing the ball; he throws best out of the shotgun; not real vocal or outgoing, but he has leadership skills, something he displayed early in the ’11 season before his collarbone injury and surgery ended his season.

Info – Traded by the Redskins to Oakland in 2010 for a fourth-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft; upon acquiring Campbell, the late Raiders managing general partner Al Davis said of him: “I see this young Jason Campbell as a football player like I saw Jim Plunkett. He has everything. He was 13-0 in college, at Auburn, he can throw up the field, he can run, he’s big, he’s smart. I really predict great things for him. I hope he doesn’t let me down. I don’t think he will”; his Raiders career may have ended after six games last year when he suffered a broken collarbone on his right side against Cleveland and did not return to the field during the ’11 season. That’s when Oakland went out and made a trade for Carson Palmer, sealing Campbell’s ticket out of town.

Financials – After being drafted late in the first round, Campbell signed a four-year contract with the Redskins that was worth $5.38 million. As a restricted free-agent in 2010, Campbell signed a one-year $3.14 tender offer from the Redskins; with Oakland in 2010-11, Campbell was paid $8.5 million in salaries and bonuses, including $4.5 million in the 2011 season.

Overview – Throughout his career, Campbell has been subjected to the instability of coaching and front-office situations with the Raiders and Redskins. He’s had eight different offensive systems since his final season at Auburn and he’s never been able to get comfortable any place for very long. One time he did was the 2009 season in Washington with head coach/offensive coordinator Jim Zorn. Campbell has said that the “tough love” Zorn provided him improved his game measurably, not only from mechanics in throwing but understanding coverages and decision making at the position. The Raiders do not appear to have any desire to re-sign Campbell. He’s a player worth serious consideration, especially with Zorn on the coaching staff handling quarterbacks. Campbell does not enter the free agent market in a position of negotiating strength, so a quick offer from the Chiefs might get it done.

Quarterback

Season

G/S

Att

Cmp

%

Yds

Avg/Att

TD

INT

Sks

Jason Campbell

2011

6/6

165

100

60.6

1,170

7.1

6

4

5

Jason Campbell

Career

71/70

2,131

1,296

60.8

14,417

6.8

74

60

147

Matt Cassel

Career

69/54

1,767

1,042

59.0

11,699

6.6

76

45

141

COMING TUESDAY – three more free-agent quarterbacks to consider, including one that the Chiefs know very well.


48 Responses to “2012 NFL Free Agency – Quarterback/Part #1”

  • February 19, 2012  - Blake says:

    I don’t see Campbell as a fit. First, I’m not being racist but I can’t think of a black QB that Pioli has ever had with the Pats or Chiefs. The only one that was on the roster was Quinn Gray and he was released almost immediately after Pioli got here. Again I don’t want to sound racist but black QB’s usually aren’t as consistent as white one’s. They get by with athleticism and Campbell sound’s no different. The only thing that might get Campbell here would be Jim Zorn. He was his head coach in Washington and a lot depends on what Zorn thinks of Campbell.

    I doubt that Alex Smith leaves either. I am going to stick with my prediction and say we resign Orton or sign Chad Henne. Henne did pretty good with Daboll at the beginning of last year and he just sounds like the perfect guy for KC to bring in. Orton is a better QB than Cassel no doubt about it. Henne is closer to Cassel and I think that is what Pioli wants, he doesn’t want a new QB that is going to beat out his 63 million dollar QB…


  • February 20, 2012  - Milkman says:

    The best fit for someone to compete with Cassel is Kyle Orton. The thing is though, does Orton truly believe the Chiefs when they say they want competition for Cassel? Does anyone believe it? I for one do not. I think it’s just a publicity ploy to get us off their backs. I don’t think Orton signs here unless he truly thinks there is a chance at the starters position. If Orton signs, I will take that as a positive sign that he knows something the rest of us don’t.


  • February 20, 2012  - Martin says:

    Gee, Blake….denials notwithstanding, you sure sound like a racist to me.


  • February 20, 2012  - Jesse says:

    Blake. . .buddy. . . do us all a favor and never ever post another comment that mentions the race/skin color/ethnicity of a football player. You probably have good in your heart, but that was a blatantly racist post.


  • February 20, 2012  - Petey says:

    Bob…can you please remove the post from Blake? That has no place here.


  • February 20, 2012  - Chuck says:

    Bob; I can absolutely guarantee you that Alex Smith is not leaving the 49ers. The head coach has publicly said that. Campbell sucks. Lets keep Orton. That would probably be way too logical.


  • February 20, 2012  - RW says:

    Prediction: Jr. Hunt/Pioli will sign the cheapest guy out there and probably close to the oldest, then start touting Stanzi as the understudy with the old/cheap guy as a tutoring mentor, pocket the cash otherwise spent on a legitimate QB challenger and spin the outcome as ‘a step forward’ or some such BS.


  • February 20, 2012  - txchief says:

    Alex Smith has bonded with Harbaugh in SF. He’s not going to leave. Jason Campbell as had many challenges being part of the wacky Redskins and Raiders, but I doubt many would think he’s an upgrade over Cassel or Orton. If the Chiefs don’t make a real run for Peyton (I believe the chances are greater than some would think) or RG III, Pioli should keep Orton.


  • February 20, 2012  - Tim says:

    The best competition for Cassell is Orton.


  • February 20, 2012  - johnfromfairfax says:

    Have to agree with the others. Race based comparisons have no place here or anywhere else. What century are we in? Wow! I don’t see the Chiefs going after either of these guys and would be shocked (happily but still shocked) if they went after Peyton Manning.


  • February 20, 2012  - ED J says:

    Seriously if u have to start your comment with not trying sound racist then you re sounding and being racist. Pioli has nothing against black Qb and all black Qb arent atheltic. Campbell lack of mobility makes Cassel look like mike vick. If you actually followed football you wld know Campbell more known for his big arm and not his mobility just because he is black guy doesnt means he is mobile. Im with Petey. Bob pls remove Blake racist and idiotic comment off the page


  • February 20, 2012  - el cid says:

    What is the goal for the Chiefs to choose a QB?

    I got to believe they only want someone to make Cassel to play better and sit on the bench in case of injury.

    Who is that? Not Orton, a free agent who wants to start. Not Smith, SF is his home now. Campbell, just enough ego to want to be a starter. Who is left…..got me. But do not expect something flashy, not Pioli’s style. More like bring his lunch pail to work every day and only be heard from when necessary, hopefully never.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    Blake, you are a racsist hillbilly who maskes us all look bad. Dude, it’s 2012


  • February 20, 2012  - Jimbo says:

    There is not a free agent QB available that can really make a difference here in KC. More lateral options or 2 year band-aids than real long term susbtance. I am sick & tired of two or three year QB’s making pit stops at 1 Arrowhead Drive.
    Granted I want what alot of you want…a home grown QB that we potty train, nurture, develop and eventually dance circles around all opponents for a decade and proudly hoisting the Lombardi trophy a few times along the way.
    We must draft our QBOTF. No “if’s and’s or but’s”. Yeah, it would be great if we could get a healthy Manning in our stable for a few years and it would be great should we pick a free agent QB that develops into a Drew Brees 2.0
    I’d be willing to give up a few years of growing pains on a rookie QB. All I need to see is the glimmer of greatness along the way. We have all witnessed rookie QB’s turn to elite status on other NFL teams. Over the years I have seen many, so many in fact I don’t even have to mention names. I want a dynasty here in KC… nothing more, nothing less.
    Cassel, Smith, Campbell or Orton. No thanks, I think I will pass. I want a nice yummy rookie.
    Go Chiefs.


  • February 20, 2012  - Petey says:

    Jimbo..the only flaw I see in your logic is that Smith, Campbell and Orton were all ‘yummy’ rookies that at one time were going to be franchise QB’s, with Smith being a number one overall, that’s what we risk in giving up so much to trade up to get a guy like RGIII (Luck is out of the question since Indy is going to take him). It’s one thing to draft a QBOTF in your own slot, but man, you just give up so much if you try to trade up. I hear what you are saying though…we are waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay passed due for having a ‘home grown’ QB of our own.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    I am not racist. I know that I came off sounding that way but I didn’t mean too. You might not like me saying it but white players and black players are different. There are almost no black CB’s in the NFL and that is just facts. There have been many studies done about between race and positions. Besides I am not the first person that has ever said something like that, I have read on many different blogs of people saying the same thing. Black people are better athletes that is just a fact. How is it racist if I am just stating the obvious?


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    Besides I never said I wouldn’t have a black QB on my roster if I was Pioli. I just said the Pioli hasn’t. I think you guys are trying to make a big deal out of nothing.


  • February 20, 2012  - Tim says:

    I only say Orton because he actually could beat out Cassell…that’s what competition is. You have to have a legit chance to lose…or win. If this possibility doesn’t exist, its not “real” competition. If el cid is correct in his interpretation of what the Chiefs are thinking, and he very well may be, then its not real competition they’re looking for.


  • February 20, 2012  - David says:

    Dang, Blake….. I’m with Petey and Ed J.


  • February 20, 2012  - ED J says:

    Ok so if we go by blake standards whites and asian cant play basketball . Wow!! Blake seriously guess u never heard of Warren Moon he is HOF Qb and happens to be black. Or Steve Mcnair who was Mvp in Nfl who happens to be black. Seriously jus shut up we dont expect u admit u are racist but more u open ur mouth u spew out more racism. Do US ALL Favor and jus SHUT UP


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    We are not talking about basketball ED J. What is your problem seriously? Black people are better athletes, are you going to disagree with this? Did you ever find it odd that there are almost no white RB’s, CB’s, Kickers, Punters in the NFL. Facts are facts. Pioli hasn’t had black QB’s on his roster… just stating the facts.

    If I base my opinion that Campbell wont get signed because Pioli usually doesn’t sign or draft black QB’s why is that wrong?

    And don’t call me racist either, I have relatives that are black. SO there goes your theory of me being racist!

    Do us all a favor and SHUT UP!! See I can do it too!


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    Chiefs agreed to terms with CB Stanford Routt on a three-year, $20 million contract.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    Blake, how come every racist comment is followed by “I’m not racist” or “I have black relatives” That’s cliche and a cheap cop out for being a clueless racist.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    So you know me? You know that I am racist? You know that I don’t have black relatives? No you don’t. Why is it so hard to realize that black and white players are different.

    Question for you. Do you think black people are more athletic than white people?


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    -Why has Pioli never had a black QB on his roster?

    -Why are there almost no white Kickers or Punters or Runningbacks or Cornerbacks in the NFL?

    -How come most skill positions have black players starting?

    Come on people, there is a difference between black and white people skill wise. It really isn’t that hard to figure out. It doesn’t make me racist saying it.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    This is your comment Blake:

    “Again I don’t want to sound racist but black QB’s usually aren’t as consistent as white one’s. They get by with athleticism”

    If that isn’t an ignorant racists statment then I must be living in the twilight zone.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    It might not make you a racist, but it makes you ignorant.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    It does sound racist I will admit that, but I am not racist. One sentence does not make me racist as many on here have said. In my opinion I don’t think that black QB’s are as consistent. Not all of them but usually. That is my opinion, other people have their opinions why can’t I have mine. That statement doesn’t make me racist. I would rather have Manning or Brady, pocket passers than Michael Vick who likes to run around and is more of a scrambling QB. Does that make me racist? That I like pocket passing QB’s over scrambling QB’s? I don’t think it does….


  • February 20, 2012  - Canada Brad says:

    The Routt signing sounds good (as long as he is to be CB #3 — he should be a significant upgrade over Arenas). Letting Carr get away would be a travesty. Especially, given that he is exactly what the Chiefs are apparently trying to do … build through the draft, and keep your own players.

    I agree that Orton is probably the best option right now to compete with Cassel, compared to all other FAs.

    Smith would not be a good signing. He sounds just lot like Cassel. Hopefully we don’t try to upgrade Cassel with a player that is pretty much the same.

    Financially, I think signing a Peyton Manning would be really smart. Let’s say he costs something like $15 million per year for 3 years, then it would allow Pioli to “reserve” 15 million of the current salary cap space to be spent 3 years from now, instead of spending it for the sake of spending it on lesser quality FAs. I also think that signing a guy like Peyton should happen in conjunction with drafting a QBOTF, say Tannehill for example. That would give the rookie QB 3 years to develop his skills without having to lead the team too early (think Rodgers behind Favre). It’s worth pointing out that Cassel would make a pretty good #2, his salary doesn’t really matter.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    Yes, I does make you a racist


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    Sorry, it does make you a racist


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    Are you serious? Because I like a pocket passer who is less athletic and not going to run around and get hit all day long over a black QB who is athletic and scrambles around to make plays, that makes me racist? lol I disagree…


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    I think Pioli wants to sign Bowe, tag Carr and trade him away to get some picks. Like they did with Samuels in NE. I think it is a smart move. 6.5 mil a year compared to probably over 10 mil Carr is going to make. I like the move. It gives us flexibility in FA and the draft.


  • February 20, 2012  - el cid says:

    Just in, Chiefs signed Routt. Does not seem to match Hunts speech last week about spending extra. Nationally, Routt is considered a step down from Carr. Not real happy but better than Arenas being a starting CB next year.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    I don’t think he is much of a step down. He is older, but cheaper and just as good as Carr is.

    “Pro Football Focus graded Routt as the NFL’s 19th-best cornerback in terms of coverage. While Carr will command more money, PFF had him 21st.” per Rotoworld


  • February 20, 2012  - Canada Brad says:

    This whole racist thing is getting ridiculous. It sounds like Blake is not racist, but could have chose his words better (although being related to one or more black people doesn’t prove anything one way or the other). Maybe a clean little apology for the miscommunication to the ‘board’ would sort that out.

    Fleaflicker34, in an attempt to point out the racistness of Blake’s comments you made a comment that was really no better than that of a racist: “you are a racist hillbilly …”

    There is no need to slander the hillbilly existence.

    (Just my 2 cents)


  • February 20, 2012  - Johnfromwichita says:

    guys…guys…chill. Too bad were’re not all drinking in the same bar. I haven’t seen a phyiscal brawl in awhile. These verbal brawls are kinda boring.


  • February 20, 2012  - txchief says:

    I don’t think Routt is a significant step down from Carr. He’s at least insurance at CB, and it might be an interesting alignment to have the Brandons at CB, and Routt covering the pass catching TE. I hope they do get Carr signed, but it’s possibe that Carr wants Johnathan Joseph money, and the Chiefs aren’t will to pay the second corner more than Flowers. If Carr winds up going elsewhere, he’ll be expected to be the shut down corner, and I’m not certain he has the capability to cover the other team’s best receiver every play.

    Anyway, it is nice to see the Chiefs making some moves early on to improve the team. If the Chiefs can get Bowe signed in the next few days, they may tag and trade Carr, probably gaining a couple of nice draft picks in the process. The picks might be more valuable in the long run.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    Thanks Canada Brad. You are right I definitely should have chosen a few different words. The words came out wrong. I am sorry that I said what I said.

    But I am still not a racist as many have called me.


  • February 20, 2012  - Petey says:

    Good enough for me Blake.


  • February 20, 2012  - ED J says:

    I except your appology but seriously dude never try cover up racist comment by lying like your relatives are black or that you have black relatives makes you look even worst. ON top of that you never addressed why Warren Moon is in HOF if black QBs aren’t as consistent as whites. Nor did you address why Steve McNair won MVP and he was black QB. Then explain consistency are you talking about arm strength,accuracy, or intelligence all of which black and white QBs have depending which QBs you’re talking about. So alot of what you said made no sense and was racist. Here’s a tip anytime you start a sentence off with not trying sound blah blah blah. Then guess what you’re sound what you’re trying not to sound like. Because if you wasn’t then you wouldn’t have to say that before you try to make your point.

    Anyways good to see Routt signed. means BC must be asking 10 to 11 mill per yr which isn’t going to happen here we’re not going to pay him like #1 corner. Routt is just as good and brings more athleticism leaves more cash for us to go after nose tackle, running back, and some tight ends in free agency. All signs also point to us using franchise tag on Bowe. So at least now will go into free agency with #2 corner and #1 wideout spot locked up and its matter filling other wholes on the team. Alot of good olinmen in the draft we need to be heavy on olinmen come draft day.


  • February 20, 2012  - Fleaflicker34 says:

    me too Blake, I was too harsh, your ok, just wrong choice of words.
    BTW, I’m a hillbilly


  • February 20, 2012  - Craig says:

    Hi all. I think someone hit it on the head, franchise Carr and Get Bowe signed and trade Carr for draft picks. Carr appears to want more money than Hunt is willing to pay. Whether he is worth it or not we will find out i guess down the road. This could be a really good move with Routt. Trade Carr for the Colts first pick,, Luck!! that way they get to keep Peyton, no way I know. Just wishful thinking.


  • February 20, 2012  - el cid says:

    Gregg good points If they could also sign Carr why not keep him? Routt is adequate and cheap so that makes it good, I guess. Colts would not take Carr and this years first pick for their first. But keep wishing, we need the help.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    ED J, I was not lying, I do have one cousin that is part black. When I said consistent I meant accuracy. Doesn’t really matter about McNair or Moon, they are not in the same class as Campbell. I just don’t think very much of Campbell.

    Does not matter, I am ready to move on from the issue. I just don’t like being called racist.

    I like the Routt signing, gives us a lot of options. Carr could be resigned giving us an elite secondary. He could have the franchise tag put on him and traded for picks(what I hope happens) or they just let him walk.


  • February 20, 2012  - Johnfromwichita says:

    Blake, you like Routt signing? You know he led the NFL with 17 penalities. Oakland Tribune said some fans were happy with him leaving. Comment was what do you mean “some”? Keep Carr and it’s good. Make Routt a saftey. But replace Carr with Routt is not a good move. Good God, though, it does save money.


  • February 20, 2012  - Blake says:

    Yes I know he lead the NFL in penalties, he also gave up the most TD’s. It scares me a little but Oakland doesn’t care about penalties. I think Romeo will tell him he cant do it and the number will be significantly lower. Oakland put him out on an island and gave him no safety help. So if he was burned he would rather hold than give up a TD. I think he will do much better as a #2 CB rather than a #1 CB like he was in Oakland. Statistically he has been one of the better cover CB’s in the NFL for a few years now.


  • March 6, 2012  - brainsmasher says:

    Wow………..lol……….wow.




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