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Evening AFC West notes

Wednesday evening AFC West quick hits:

The Broncos have a plan for their season-ticket holders during the lockout.

NFL.com has a look at the draft needs of the teams in the AFC West.

Former Kansas City and San Diego coach Marty Schottenheimer has officially been named the head coach of the Virginia expansion team in the United Football League.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that comp picks will be released Friday. Each AFC West team could get, at least, a late-round pick.

Denver will work out Oklahoma safety Quinton Carter. He could be a second- or third-round prospect.

Free-agent safety Michael Huff is clearly not acting like he’s a former Raider.

There really wasn’t much question in the minds of the Chiefs, but running back Thomas Jones will return for the 2011 season. He’ll turn 33 in August.

Former Denver coach Josh McDaniels will serve as quarterbacks coach in addition to offensive coordinator in St. Louis.