Around the AFC West: Seymour deal unlikely

July, 15, 2010
7/15/10
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Denver Broncos

Tim Tebow already had the No. 1-selling NFL jersey. Now fans can buy Tebow shoes: Nike unveiled a new, limited-edition shoe "inspired by Tebow’s career at the University of Florida."

DenverBroncos.com has a Q&A with linebacker Robert Ayers, who counts becoming "a dominant player" as one of his goals.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are third best in the league when it comes to talent under 25 years of age, according to Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders. Insider

Josh Looney of KCChiefs.com profiles Darren Mickell, the only player in history to be selected by the Chiefs via the NFL supplemental draft.

Offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will be the featured guest at a July 23 fundraiser for Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R-Kansas).

Oakland Raiders

Raiders.com has a video profile of second-round pick Lamarr Houston.

Richard Seymour is unlikely to have a multi-year deal with the Raiders by Thursday's deadline, and probably will play under a one-year, $12.398 million franchise tender, reports NFL.com's Jason La Canfora.

The team signed seventh-round rookie cornerback Jeremy Ware to a four-year, $1.85 million contract.

San Diego Chargers

While the Chiefs have some of the best talent under 25 years of age, the Chargers have the second worst group, according to Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders. Insider

DEA agents searched the offices of Chargers team doctor David Chao two weeks ago because he reportedly wrote at least 108 drug prescriptions to himself since June 10, 2008. But the DEA does not believe Chao was abusing prescription medications himself.

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