Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Afternoon AFC West notes
By Bill Williamson
Let’s catch up on some early afternoon AFC West nuggets:
Here is a powerful story on former Denver defensive lineman Shane Dronett, who committed suicide. Very sad.
The Kansas City Star is projecting that the Chiefs will take Ohio State linebacker Ross Homan in the fifth round.
Mel Kiper writes in an Insider piece that he is a big believer in Kansas City general manager Scott Pioli and his ability to draft.
The Broncos have worked out Nevada linebacker Dontay Moch. He was a combine star and could be a second-round pick.
The Broncos have reportedly visited with Hampton defensive tackle Kendrick Ellis. The massive Ellis is moving up some boards and could be taken in the early-to-mid rounds. He has some off-field concerns.
Here’s a look at whether the Chargers could use a makeover on the front seven.