When the Kansas City Chiefs acquired quarterback Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers in late February, the terms were a 2013 second-round pick and a conditional 2014 selection.
The conditional pick next year is no longer a mystery.
According to Sports Illustrated’s Peter King in this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback, the 2014 pick will be determined based on Kansas City’s record.
If the Chiefs finish 8-8 or better, Kansas City will surrender a second-round pick to San Fran. If the Chiefs finish below .500, the Niners make off with a third-round pick instead.
Either way, the 49ers could have a total of six picks in the first three rounds of next year’s draft. Depending on the Chiefs record, it’ll either be one first-, one second- and four third-round picks or one first-, two second- and three third-round selections.