Former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, projected by many to be the first quarterback selected in April's NFL draft, is scheduled to visit the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Chiefs hold the No. 1 overall pick and new coach Andy Reid said his team has not closed the door on picking Smith in that spot. Smith threw for 4,205 yards and led the nation with 42 touchdown passes for the Mountaineers this past season. He impressed at West Virginia's pro day March 14, completing 60-of-64 throws in a workout attended by all but three NFL teams. The Buffalo Bills also conducted a private workout with Smith earlier this month, a person familiar with what happened told The Associated Press.
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