Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Evening AFC West news and notes
By Bill Williamson
It is being reported that the 2012 conditional draft pick Denver will owe Cleveland as part of the Brady Quinn deal could be as high as a third-round pick and as low as a sixth-round pick.
The pick is based on playing time. The Broncos also sent backup running back Peyton Hillis and a sixth-round pick next year to the Browns.
- The NFL is considering filling the final two weeks of the season with games pitting division rivals to keep interest up in case there are several meaningless late-season games as has been the case in recent years. It would be fun to see the AFC West teams square late, which has been the case in recent years, anyway.
- The Kansas City Star takes a look at Carl Peterson as he adjusts to life after spending 20 years with the Chiefs.