Evening AFC West notes
May, 5, 2011
By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com
In a conference call with some Kansas City Chiefs’ season-ticket holders, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Chiefs’ owner Clark Hunt talked about the importance of parity in the NFL.
- Second-year Kansas City cornerback/returner Javier Arenas is helping victims after he survived a devastating tornado in Alabama recently. Thanks to the reader who pointed this compelling article out to me.
- The San Francisco Chronicle looks at the Raiders’ late picks in last weekend’s draft.
- Check out Adam Schefter’s short list of the teams that where Oakland free-agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha could land.
- Denver Hall of Fame running back Floyd Little is returning to his alma mater to be an assistant to the athletic director.
- The Denver Post gives Broncos’ fans a chance to get to know second-round pick, UCLA safety Rahim Moore.
- It looks like tight end Brad Cottam is going to attempt a comeback in Kansas City after missing last season with a neck injury. Why else would he be working out with his teammates?
- San Diego kicker Nate Kaeding is working out with several other kicking specialists in California during the lockout.