Sunday, February 21, 2010
AFC West news and notes
By Bill Williamson
San Diego coach Norv Turner hopes the fact that the entire coaching staff will return in 2010 will give the team a chance to start fast. It can’t hurt the team’s chances. Continuity is always a major factor in the NFL.
Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour won’t throw at the NFL combine, which starts later this week. LeFevour could be an intriguing mid-round prospect for both Denver and Oakland.
A Denver Post columnist believes Brandon Marshall’s disenchantment with Denver began three years ago when teammate Darrent Williams was shot and killed.
ESPN’s rumor page looks at the possibility of San Diego sending cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who is being shopped, to the Titans for running back LenDale White. This could be an intriguing possibility. White may not be the type of player who could be the primary back, but he could fit San Diego’s backfield.