Friday, June 15, 2012
Who is AFC's most versatile player?
By Bill Williamson
In an Insider piece, Gary Horton thinks Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece is the ninth most versatile player in the AFC. I can see that. I expect Reece to be part of a lot of offensive sets in Oakland, the same as he was with the past regime.
By the way, you have to check out who Horton has as the No. 1 most versatile player in the conference. Here’s a hint: We used to talk about him a lot here.
In other AFC West news:
Several members of the Chiefs’ organization returned to Joplin, Mo. on Friday to continue to help in the recovery of last year’s devastating tornado. The Chiefs have been heavily involved in the recovery process.
Former San Diego safety Kevin Ellison has been arrested for arson in the state of Washington. Ellison was a sixth-round pick in 2009, and he started nine games as a rookie. He was arrested for driving with a controlled substance in 2010. The Chargers cut him weeks later. He then briefly played with Seattle.
The Broncos and Matt Prater continue to work toward a new deal in an attempt to get the franchised kicker in camp in time.
Former Denver quarterback Tim Tebow is headed back to San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium.