AFC Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Texans



Broncos HC Vance Joseph wasn’t thrilled by the play of QBs Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian on Sunday.

“Did I like what I saw?” Joseph said, via Mike Klis of 9News. “Not really. Both guys had issues today. I didn’t like what I saw today. Honest. They both struggled.’


  • Alex Flanagan reports that Chargers DE Joey Bosa‘s finger is still dislocated from last year and he plans to play through the injury.
  • According to Flanagan, Bosa may consider undergoing surgery after season, which would come with a 4-6 week recovery period.


Texans WR Will Fuller explained that his rookie season was pretty tough and he’s trying to focus on having more fun this time around.

“It was tough. Being a rookie is tough,” Fuller said, via Sarah Barshop of ESPN. “It’s like I just put myself in a shell and just put my head down and [was] just working as hard as I could and just trying to prove myself. I feel like this year I’m just trying to have more fun with it and I can tell already that it’s a lot more fun for me.”

One issue that plagued Fuller last year was dropped passes. However, Texans WRs coach John Perry says Fuller is putting in additional practice time to try to fix that moving forward.

He has really taken a lot of ownership of that,” Perry said. “You’ll see him pre-practice, he comes out and does a lot of pre-practice work on his own, and that’s been impressive to me. And then he has stayed after practice a couple times, and we’ve done some deep ball drills with him, which is really important.

“I think one of the things you look at is it’s just a matter of tracking the ball, and when he does that he catches the ball really well. It’s just the few times where it was a little more difficult for him to track. We just have to keep putting him in all those different situations that he saw last year.”

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