Evening AFC West notes

June, 14, 2011
6/14/11
9:35
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Jacksonville Jaguars’ pass-rusher Aaron Kampman believes Denver’s Ryan Clady is the best left tackle in the NFL. Clady finished third in our left tackle Power Rankings that ran earlier Tuesday.
  • Quarterback Brady Quinn has joined some of his teammates in Denver lockout sessions. He had been working out in Florida. Quinn, the No. 3 quarterback last season, said he hopes to be the starter in Denver this season. I don’t like his chances.
  • NFL.com looks at the chances of five teams, including the Chargers and the Raiders, ending up in Los Angeles.
  • The Denver Post looks at whether or not Tim Tebow’s extensive weightlifting regimen will affect his quarterback play.
  • Joe Mays is working hard to try to beat third-round pick Nate Irving for the Broncos’ starting middle linebacker. It sure seems like Irving is going to be given an easy chance to win the job as the Broncos reconstruct their defense.

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ESPN San Francisco 49ers reporter

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