Evening AFC West news and notes

March, 17, 2010
The Eagles cut former Pro Bowl guard Shawn Andrews. Denver could use a guard. But Andrews would be risky. He has played just two games the past two years due to depression and back issues.

  • If San Diego is still looking for veteran backup help at cornerback it could turn to Nathan Vasher, who was just cut by the Bears. He played for San Diego defensive coordinator Ron Rivera in Chicago.
  • The Chargers have other needs, but after trading Charlie Whitehurst and after Tim Tebow’s good performance at his pro day, maybe they will be interested in making Tebow their No. 3 quarterback if he’s available in the third round. It’s a long shot, but there is now an opening.
  • Running back Justin Fargas visited the Saints. He was recently cut by Oakland.

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ESPN Oakland Raiders reporter



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