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Someone dares bring up Pat Mahomes, and we get a Bill O’Reilly imitation. I’m all in.

Alex Smith is long gone from the San Francisco 49ers, but this video today is going to crack me up for most of the rest of the week. Smith is in Minneapolis making the media rounds, and that included a stop at the Dan Patrick radio show.

Smith was going to do a bit where he would throw a pass to one of Patrick’s writers, Andrew Perloff. They were moving Perloff when he decided to talk some smack about Smith’s arm. He said, it’s not Pat Mahomes, so shouldn’t I move closer?

And so, Smith began whipping some serious passes at Perloff. Watch it below.

The Mahomes trash talk cracked me up, but my favorite part was Smith doing a brief imitation of Bill O’Reilly’s famous, “We’ll do it live!” rant.

Along with Patrick’s program, he made an appearance on Rich Eisen’s radio show. In both segments he was asked about his future with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs traded up to draft Mahomes in the first round last year. Smith has one year remaining on his contract, and there is a chance he ends up getting traded by the start of the new league year.

There has been some chatter about him potentially ending up with the Cleveland Browns. He said on Eisen’s show that he hopes he at least gets some say if he is traded. But in talking to Patrick, he had an amusing quip about the Browns.

“I haven’t even thought about that,” Smith said while laughing Tuesday on The Dan Patrick Show, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer. “They’ve got nowhere to go but up. 1-31 over the last two years just sounds amazing.”

Does Smith stick around Kansas City for another year, or do we see him donning a third uniform for his career? The Browns are likely plan to draft a QB in April, and I can’t imagine Smith would be overly excited about a short term stint as Cleveland’s starter. Of course, with only one year left on his deal, he could look at it as a chance to convince a future team to give him an opportunity.

If Cleveland doesn’t happen, Arizona or Denver would make sense. If it involves a trade, I’d think the Chiefs would be more likely to deal him out of the conference, but there are several options that could end up on the table.