Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Around the AFC West: No T.O. in K.C.
By ESPN.com staff
How long does Denver's Josh McDaniels have to win? The best guess of the Denver Post's Mike Klis is that McDaniels has this season and 2011 to reach the playoffs before owner Pat Bowlen starts feeling antsy.
As running back Correll Buckhalter nears the end of his career, he's focused more and more on a singular goal: Winning a Super Bowl before he retires.
Kansas City Chiefs
Kcchiefs.com talks with versatile rookie Tervaris Johnson, who played defensive back, tight end and fullback/h-back while with the Hurricanes.
Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride laments the pitfalls of predicting team records, but ends up forecasting seven wins for the Chiefs.
Don't expect Terrell Owens to find a home in Kansas City; he and coach Todd Haley don't get along.
Jerry McDonald argues running back Michael Bush needs to play more like power back to help the offense be more balanced.
Considering the Raiders' moves and other AFC West storylines this offseason, Josh Kirkendall says you shouldn't be surprised if the Raiders make a playoff run.
San Diego Chargers
Vincent Balistreri has a Q&A with cornerback Antoine Cason, who talked about replacing Antonio Cromartie and losing LaDainian Tomlinson.
Chargers.com has a preview the fullback position. Mike Tolbert, Jacob Hester and Billy Latsko will battle for roster spots and playing time.
Defensive coordinator Ron Rivera's wife Stephanie, who's the new girl's baseketball coach at Cathedral Catholic High, talks about the trials of being in a two-coach household.