AFC West Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Raiders

     

Broncos

  • KUSA’s Mike Klis says cornerback, defensive line and potentially inside linebacker will be the top priorities for the Broncos in free agency.
  • Klis says the word is Broncos FB Andy Janovich is recovering well from his elbow injury and is expected to be ready for the offseason program. 

Chargers

Chargers RB Melvin Gordon is slated to be an unrestricted free agent, and after holding out for the first three games of the past season in a contract dispute, most are pessimistic on his chances of returning in 2020. However, Gordon said he expects to be back in Los Angeles and wants to help the team win its first-ever Super Bowl. 

“I expect to be back with the Chargers, but man, this business is so crazy, as I learned last year,” Gordon said in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio

“Let’s bring this ‘ship to L.A., man. You know, stop playing,” Gordon added.

Raiders

Raiders GM Mike Mayock said their new Director of Pro Personnel Dwayne Joseph was hired to help with the scouting of free agents and current players.  

“He was a perfect complement to me because my background was much stronger on the college side,” Mayock said, via Vic Tafur of The Athletic. “When I took the job, I knew I had to get a real strong pro guy in there. I had some heavy recommendations from people I have trusted throughout the league for the last 18-20 years.”

Mayock believes Joseph is “one of the best” personnel executives in the league and was a priority hire for him. 

“DJ is one of the best in the business,” Mayock said. “He became a priority early for me to get him.”

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Jdraider
Jdraider
4 months ago

No…no…Byron is the best fit for our team. RAIDERS ALL DAY EVERYDAY.

Abdul Smith
Abdul Smith
4 months ago

My Raiders should inquire about cb Chris Harris fasho. No if’s, and’s , or but’s about it. Chris Harris to the Raiders is a match made in heaven