Chiefs go from worst to first in AFC West?

August, 15, 2013
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ESPN’s Ashley Fox thinks the Kansas City Chiefs have the right mix to go from worst to first in the AFC West.

My thoughts: Well, I just got back from visiting their camp and I do think the Chiefs have a nice thing going. But going from 2-14 to beating out a serious contender like Denver may be tough duty. Still, I think the Chiefs will make some noise this season.

In other AFC West notes:
  • Add another veteran receiver available to the Chargers. New England cut veteran Michael Jenkins on Thursday, and while he is not a top player, he could add depth for a team that needs it.
  • San Diego receiver Malcom Floyd’s second opinion has come back with positive results, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Floyd suffered a knee strain on Monday. Initially, the team thought Floyd could have suffered a torn ACL. He will likely be ready to play in Week 1 or Week 2.
  • Here is an ESPN fantasy look at whether Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is actually being undervalued. While he is injury prone, he has had success when healthy.
  • In an Insider piece, the Football Outsiders look at where Insider the Raiders will fit in for the race for South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.

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ESPN San Francisco 49ers reporter

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