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Evening AFC West news and notes

10/29/2010

It will be interesting to see if former Oakland quarterback JaMarcus Russell gets any interest from teams now that he won’t be facing criminal charges after a July arrest. Russell has been working out with an NFL comeback in mind. There was some interest in him after he was cut by the Raiders and before his arrest. At this point, if Russell was going to garner any interest, it won't be until after the season.

Kansas City rookie rusher/receiver/returner Dexter McCluster is questionable to play against Buffalo on Sunday with an ankle injury. It wouldn’t be a shock if he didn’t play this week.

Denver receiver Eddie Royal practiced fully and he is expected to play Sunday against San Francisco at London. Meanwhile, Denver coach Josh McDaniels expects linebacker Robert Ayers to return sooner than later.

The San Diego Union Tribune is reporting that receiver Gary Banks will be signed to help the battered San Diego receiving crew on Sunday against Tennessee.

As expected, Tennessee starting quarterback Vince Young is expected to play against the Chargers despite knee and ankle issues. San Diego is 4-0 against the Young.