Thursday, February 7, 2013
AFC West links: Raiders to reduce capacity
By ESPN.com staff
Which positions will the Broncos concentrate on upgrading in the offseason? Defensive tackle and interior offensive line will be the top priorities, according to the Denver Post's Jeff Legwold.
The Post's Mike Klis looks ahead at what to expect during the contract negotiations between the club and left tackle Ryan Clady.
Kansas City Chiefs
Mike Kerns of The Pigskin Report identifies the Chiefs' needs in the draft and some possible selections at each position.
The Chiefs need to upgrade at quarterback, but should they go for a one-year rental or draft a rookie starter? Miles Yi of Arrowhead Addict explores.
Branden Albert may not be a top-5 left tackle in the NFL, but the Chiefs might have to pay him like one if they want to retain the free agent, writes the Kansas City Star's Adam Teicher.
Capacity for Raiders games at O.co Coliseum will be reduced in 2013 by nearly 10,000 seats, reports the Oakland Tribune's Jerry McDonald.
The Bengals have made former Raiders head coach Hue Jackson their running backs coach.
San Diego Chargers
Tom Krasovic of UT San Diego details the coaching staff and front office overhaul the Chargers have recently completed.
Former Chargers guard Walt Sweeney, who spent 11 seasons in San Diego, died at the age of 71.