AFC Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Ravens


Broncos HC Vance Joseph explained that he isn’t going to get too caught up in which of their quarterbacks — Paxton Lynch or Trevor Siemian — performed better on a daily basis and instead will focus on their collective efforts.

“They both made plays, and they both didn’t make plays. It’s tough to ride the roller coaster with those guys, who won the day, who didn’t win the day, I’m not going to do that,” Joseph said, via Jeff Legwold of ESPN. “It’s going to be a collective evaluation over the course of weeks.

“It’s not going to change daily,” Joseph said. “That’s important because you don’t want to leave here every day thinking Paxton is the guy, and tomorrow Trevor is the guy. We can’t do that. It has to be a collective evaluation over time. That’s why time is a good thing because now we can have a full evaluation of both guys.”


The Chargers announced Sunday that first-round pick Mike Williams (back) will not practice at all during training camp.

Here’s the statement provided by the Chargers:

“Mike saw our doctors yesterday and he will continue to progress on Dr. Robert Watkins’ plan. He will rehab and strengthen his back and is not expected to practice during training camp.


Ravens HC John Harbaugh said the play of first-round CB Marlon Humphrey has been “very encouraging” up to this point.

It’s very encouraging,” Harbaugh said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “To me, results follow the process. And he’s been paying attention to detail with technique and trying to do things the way we’re coaching him to do them. He combines that with talent — he’s very smart — so that’s what you look for, those kind of results.”

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