Friday, July 23, 2010
AFC West links: Dumervil lands $58M deal
By ESPN.com staff
Former Broncos quarterback John Elway thinks Tim Tebow's mechanics are fine.
Coming off a season in which he had an NFL-leading 17 sacks, the Broncos awarded Elvis Dumervil with a five-year, $58.332 million contract extension.
Dumervil talks about his new deal.
Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs signed third-round pick Tony Moeaki, a tight end from Iowa.
The team is hoping their new training camp facilities at Missouri Western State University will help them reconnect with local fans.
With the signing of seventh-round safety Stevie Brown, the Raiders have only two picks left to get in the fold -- first-round pick Rolando McClain and second-round pick LaMarr Houston.
Oakland Tribune columnist Monte Poole thinks it's time for the Raiders to pick up the phone and call Terrell Owens.
San Diego Chargers
Norv Turner thinks this year's group of Chargers could be the best since he's been in San Diego.
Shawne Merriman told XX Sports Radio in San Diego recently he hasn’t decided when he’ll show up to training camp.
Quarterback Philip Rivers said the roster makeover the Chargers have undergone this offseason isn't as drastic as it looks.