AFC West news and notes
April, 19, 2010
By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com
I’m about to board an airplane, but I wanted to catch up on some notes that have an affect on the AFC West:
- Former Denver tight end Tony Scheffler said he will not give his hometown Detroit Lions any problems.
- ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports both the Eagles and the Packers are interested in moving up to the No. 10-12 range Thursday. The Broncos are sitting at No. 11 and could be interested in trading down.
- Here is a thought that says Oakland could end up with Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell. Oakland is reportedly interested in him. If he was released, there would be little risk for Oakland in this deal.
- New Redskins coach Mike Shanahan signed former Denver running back Ryan Torain. Shanahan loved Torain, who he drafted in 2008. But Torain has been riddled by injuries.