AFC Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Chiefs, Raiders




Chargers S Derwin James said he expects teammates Desmond King, Casey Hayward and Chris Harris Jr. to make an impact in 2020.  

“I feel like Des is gonna be Des and Casey’s gonna be Casey and Chris gonna be Chris. And Derwin gonna be Derwin. If I left anybody out, they gonna be themselves,” said James, via Jeff Miller.



After an up-and-down first five years in the league with the Eagles, new Raiders WR Nelson Agholor is hoping things play out differently after joining the Raiders. Raiders HC Jon Gruden is familiar with Agholor’s family and he defended the much-maligned veteran. 

“He is a good player,” Gruden said via the Athletic’s Vic Tafur. “You can pick up the Philadelphia Inquirer and they will probably say something different, but this guy has caught over 200 passes, he is a young guy, he has played split end, flanker and in the slot. He caught eight or nine passes in a Super Bowl and won a Super Bowl. So he’s a world champion. He’s a great person … and he can return punts. I trust him and I think he was picked high in the draft for a reason. A change of scenery worked for Randall Cunningham, maybe it will work for him.”

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