AFC West news and notes
March, 8, 2010
By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com
- The Oakland Tribune wonders if LaDainian Tomlinson could end up in Oakland. The reasoning is that Tomlinson hasn’t had any action on the open market and the Raiders could use a veteran running back. Makes sense. Still, I‘d be surprised if Tomlinson made that move. He already said he wouldn’t.
- Denver may be challenged to sign Baltimore defensive lineman Dwan Edwards.
- ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Oakland is visiting with Arizona backup tight end Anthony Becht.
- The uncertainty of this year’s restricted free agency could have a major impact on the Broncos’ offseason program.
- The Bills are visiting with Oakland tackle Cornell Green. The Raiders are trying to upgrade from Green.
- The man charged with killing Denver cornerback Darrent Williams is not going to testify at his trial.
- The National Football Post believes San Diego third-string quarterback Charlie Whitehurst could attract some attention in restricted free agency.
- Denver was interested in tackle Tony Pashos, but he signed with Cleveland.