Thursday, August 5, 2010
Afternoon AFC West notes
By Bill Williamson
Let’s catch up on some notes on a busy Thursday in the AFC West:
San Diego linebacker Shaun Phillips is going to have to deal with a civil trial during the season.
Football Outsiders looks at the history of recovery times from torn pectoral injuries and concludes there is little chance Elvis Dumervil will return this season.
Former Denver defensive coordinator Mike Nolan has kind words for his former boss, Denver coach Josh McDaniels.
All sentiment aside , here is a column that says the late Don Coryell is not worthy of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Kansas City rookie receiver/returner Dexter McCluster has been impressive in training camp.
A Colorado family named Tebow is interested in the newest Colorado resident named Tebow.
Oakland rookie defensive lineman Alex Daniels is trying his hand at fullback. When I was at Oakland’s camp last week, Daniels routinely won his heat in the post-practice 100-yard runs.
Kansas City rookie tight end Tony Moeaki continues to be very impressive.