Evening AFC West notes

July, 22, 2011
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Oakland defensive lineman Richard Seymour attended the funeral of Myra Kraft, the wife of New England owner Robert Kraft, Friday. Seymour was traded to Oakland from New England nearly two years ago. Seymour has expressed displeasure with the way the Patriots, in particular coach Bill Belichick, handled his departure. It was a classy move by Seymour to attend the funeral. Myra Kraft died of cancer. She was a favorite of many Patriots’ players and their families.

In other AFC West news:

The Denver Post has new details in the case against Denver cornerback Perrish Cox. His trial is set for October. He could face a maximum of life in prison if convicted of rape. He is free on bail and he is still part of the Broncos.

The Broncos released this statement regarding the Cox case:

“The allegations involving Perrish Cox are extremely serious and troubling to our organization. We will continue to monitor this situation very closely.”
  • The Oakland Tribune looks at the challenges the Raiders will have re-signing free-agent tight end Zach Miller. I expect Miller to be back. The Raiders love him and they usually take care of their own. Losing Miller would be crushing and the Raiders know it.
  • The Broncos hired former Buffalo player Jerry Butler as the team’s director of player development.

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ESPN Oakland Raiders reporter

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