Evening AFC West notes
June, 8, 2011
By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com
Kansas City owner Clark Hunt and San Diego owner Dean Spanos were among a small group that participated during Wednesday’s labor talks. Kansas City linebacker Mike Vrabel continued to represent the players.
- The Steelers will not pursue Oakland cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha in free agency. It’s not a shock. Going after a big name in free agency is generally not the Steelers’ style.
- In an ESPN.com Insider piece, Mel Kiper performs an audit on each AFC West team.
- Denver rookie safety Quentin Carter is making a big impact off the field. The fourth-round pick from Oklahoma has a strong chance to start right away.
- The Denver Post doesn’t think Brady Quinn is in the starting mix in Denver. I agree. I just can’t see it.