AFC Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Raiders

     

Broncos

  • Per Denver 7’s Troy Renck, Broncos HC Vic Fangio said the team should get back CBs Bryce Callahan and A.J. Bouye, G Graham Glasgow, TE Noah Fant and WR Diontae Spencer at practice. 
  • Fangio notes Bouye has exited the concussion protocol and while they’ll have to monitor Glasgow’s conditioning after two weeks in the COVID-19 protocol, they don’t anticipate any limitations. 
  • The Broncos are hosting TE Jordan Leggit for a visit. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Broncos activated G Graham Glasgow from the COVID-19 list. (NFLTR)
  • Broncos designated OT Elijah Wilkinson to return from injured reserve. 

Chargers

  • Per Gilbert Manzano of the Orange County Register, Chargers HC Anthony Lynn appeared to rule out RB Justin Jackson for this week: “Probably gonna rest him this week and give that knee a chance to get well, but we’ll see. He’s a competitor, he wants to play. But just didn’t like the way he looked last week when he came out the game early.”
  • Chargers RB Troymaine Pope is out of the concussion protocol, while G Trai Turner and OT Bryan Bulaga are set to be limited in practice, per Lynn. (Manzano)

Chiefs

  • According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chiefs have asked the NFL to launch an inquiry with the NFLPA about a union rep meeting in person with players while not wearing a mask late last month. 
  • The team believes this is a violation of protocols because the rep is not subject to the same testing protocols and travels between franchises. 
  • Chiefs placed WR Mecole Hardman on the COVID-19 list. (NFLTR)

Raiders

  • According to Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune, the Raiders put in a claim for former Falcons DE Takk McKinley.
  • Las Vegas wasn’t awarded McKinley, but McDonald notes part of the goal in filing a claim was to potentially receive a comp pick once McKinley signed with another team in free agency this offseason. 
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