The trade won't be official until next month, but quarterback Alex Smith is already psyched about being the new starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins. "I would be lying if I said the wife and I have not been scoping out the area on Google Maps," Smith said Thursday on the Murph & Mac podcast on KNBR-AM in San Francisco. "I'm jacked. I'm really excited. Once I found out that things in Kansas City were going in a different direction, I was pumped at the opportunity, and when Washington came calling I was hopeful that that was a possible destination, and I'm just jacked that it worked out. They wanted me because the feeling was mutual, and I'm looking forward to it." The Chiefs agreed to trade Smith, 33, to Washington for a third-round draft pick and cornerback Kendall Fuller, a Baltimore native who attended Good Counsel. Smith then agreed to a four-year extension worth up to $94 million. The veteran quarterback is on his third NFL team and approaching the tail end of his playing career. "I feel amazing," said Smith, who turns 34 in May. "I feel great. I feel like the last five, six years have flown by. I've had more fun than I've ever had playing the game. My body feels great, so yeah. I feel like I can't see the horizon at this point. People keep asking me that, and I don't see it in the near future. Obviously things change, but I'm just loving what I'm doing too much, the challenge of it. I still haven't gotten there obviously, and you're after that big one, right? You're trying to do whatever you can and try to figure it out and find the answer."