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Saturday, August 7, 2010
Evening AFC West notes

By Bill Williamson
ESPN.com

The agent for Kansas City Chiefs holdout safety Jarrad Page is publicly saying the team is being vindictive in its handling of Page. He is a restricted free agent, who did not sign his tender.

This situation is very strange. Page is staying away and the Chiefs just don’t care. They have moved on. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chiefs eventually trade Page. Or they could just let him sit. Again, there is not a lot of time being spent thinking about Page in Kansas City.

New Oakland defensive tackle John Henderson says “I got it all, baby.”   Oakland doesn’t need it all from Henderson. If he can give the Raiders 20-25 quality plays a game and help stop the run, his signing will be worthwhile.

The Denver Broncos will honor running back Floyd Little as he enters the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night. His induction speech will be shown live during Denver’s scrimmage, which is open to the public, and the team will wear decals of Little’s No. 44.

The Chiefs signed offensive lineman Dan Santucci and cut running back Tervaris Johnson. Santucci likely has an uphill battle to win a roster spot.