AFC West: Eddie Kennison

AFC West links: Kennison underappreciated

July, 20, 2010
Denver Broncos

The Denver Post offers a comparison of the Broncos and the Washington Redskins, led by former Denver coach Mike Shanahan, in "Madden NFL 11."

Kansas City Chiefs

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star says newly retired Eddie Kennison was always underappreciated as a member of the Chiefs.

Branden Albert shared his story of perseverance when he visited with children Monday in Rochester, N.Y.

Oakland Raiders

The Raiders signed fourth-round pick Jacoby Ford.

San Diego Chargers

Rookie running back Ryan Mathews wants to be in camp on time, but: "It's also a business," he told Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. "That's what I have to realize. ... I want to be on time. Hopefully that happens. If not, there's nothing I can do."

Philip Rivers isn't fazed by the possibility of wide receiver Vincent Jackson and left tackle Marcus McNeill holding out.

AFC West headlines: Heyward-Bey emerges

May, 27, 2010
Denver Broncos

Alphonso Smith, a 2009 second-round draft pick, expects to play a larger role this season after being limited to nickel duty last season.

Kyle Orton is not the quarterback to lead the Broncos to a Super Bowl, according to the Denver Post's Woody Paige.

Kansas City Chiefs

Dwayne Bowe claims he did not tell ESPN the Magazine that players "imported" women to the team hotel during his rookie season, according to former Chiefs wide receiver Eddie Kennison.

The Chiefs dropped by Whiteman Air Force Base Wednesday as part of the VFW's "Return the Favor" program.

Oakland Raiders

The change at quarterback for the Raiders should make life easier for left tackle Mario Henderson.

Receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey is starting to perform in practice like a first-round pick.

San Diego Chargers

Defensive tackle Travis Johnson signed his one-year contract tender on Wednesday.

Tight end Antonio Gates was excused from minicamp to have his foot examined by a specialist.

Coach Norv Turner told safety Kevin Ellison to stay away from minicamp following his arrest on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance.