Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Late AFC West news and notes
By Bill Williamson
Posted by ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson
Denver coach Josh McDaniels indicated that receiver Brandon Marshall, newly reinstated from a team-imposed team suspension, could end up playing in Sunday's game at Cincinnati. When asked how Marshall, who was suspended after making a mockery of practice Aug. 26, has been practicing this week, McDaniels said: “great.”
Oakland coach Tom Cable hinted that the Raiders may be talking to Richard Seymour about a contract extension. It may be the team’s best chances to get Seymour into town.
It will be interesting to see if tackle Langston Walker, cut by Buffalo, could end up in Oakland. The Raiders could use help at right tackle. Walker left Oakland as a free agent to sign with the Bills.
The Broncos were happy with how starting quarterback Kyle Orton practiced and expect him to play Sunday. He suffered an index finger injury Aug. 30.
Guard Kynan Forney signed with Jacksonville. He was a surprise cut by San Diego.
The Chiefs’ brass promised the public the team will work hard in 2009.