AFC West news and notes
Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
There are two reports that say Denver quarterback Jay Cutler may be leaning toward showing up to the Broncos' offseason workout program that begins Monday. Cutler was still mulling whether to show up earlier in the week.
Whether Cutler shows up or not, it is sure to be the wildest first day of the Broncos' offseason program in the history of the franchise. If Cutler shows up, it won't instantly resolve the issue with the team. But if he does show, it will be a sure sign he is willing to mend fences.
Meanwhile, it is being reported that Cutler's parents have just put their Denver-area house up for sale. It was reported that Cutler's house was put up for sale Thursday.
The San Diego Union Tribune thinks the Chargers will take a running back with the No. 16 pick in the draft next month. Still, with so much money dedicated to running backs this year and a need on defense for an impact player, this could be a luxury pick not worth making.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that running back Michael Bush is not going to be traded. That's a good idea. Bush could be a real jewel. The Raiders owe it to themselves to see if he can become a star.