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Evening AFC West news and notes

6/2/2009

Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

Dallas has cut defensive end Greg Ellis, making him available to several teams showing interest, including Kansas City, Denver and New England.  If Ellis ends up in New England, it could end the Patriots' interest in Oakland pass rusher Derrick Burgess.

Rodney Harrison, who played in San Diego from 1994-2002, is expected to retire from New England and join the broadcast booth.

The legal woes of former Denver running back Travis Henry continue.

The Raiders' meeting with the new union head was postponed.

Former Denver safety Marquand Manuel signed a one-year deal with Detroit on Tuesday.

Center LeCharles Bentley, whose career has been derailed by injuries, could potentially play this season. It wouldn't be a total shock if Kansas City looked at Bentley if he decided to play at some point this summer.