The Kansas City Star looks at the busy rookie season of safety Eric Berry. The paper reports he played every defensive snap in 2010. That is quite an accomplishment for a rookie and quite a show of trust by the team.
The newspaper reasons that Berry could suffer from playing so many snaps. But Kansas City clearly thinks Berry, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2010 draft, is a special player, and it will expect him to continue to play a major role moving forward.
In other AFC West news:
The San Diego Chargers named Regis Eller, the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Carl Eller, as their Northeast regional scout. He replaces Tom Gibbons, who was just named the director of pro personnel in Buffalo. Eller has been an administrative assistant in San Diego for the past four years.
Denver general manager Brian Xanders discussed the selection of linebacker Von Miller and the team’s quarterback situation in an interview with the NFL Network.
NFL.com thinks the Broncos could end up being in a good position when it comes to trading quarterback Kyle Orton.
Denver running back LenDale White wants quarterback Tim Tebow to work out with the small group of Broncos who are assembled in Denver. Tebow has said he is working with teammates in Denver as well.
ESPN.com columnist Rick Reilly offers a draft rewind.