Monday, November 9, 2009
AFC West notes: Jack Williams claimed
By Bill Williamson
Posted by ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson
DENVER -- Let’s catch up on some division notes before Monday night’s game:
Cornerback Jack Williams was awarded to Detroit on waivers. Denver cut the second-year player Saturday to make room for veteran cornerback Ty Law. Williams played in every game this season. Williams was popular on the waiver wire. Cleveland, Indianapolis and Philadelphia all put a claim in for him. Detroit was awarded him based on record.
Oakland signed defensive lineman William Joseph and cut guard Paul McQuistan.
Receiver Bobby Engram cleared waivers after being cut by Kansas City.
The Chargers have announced that Sunday’s game against Philadelphia has been sold out.
Kansas City coach Todd Haley addressed the release of running back Larry Johnson in a video.
The Raiders are entering the second half of the season in good health.