Around the AFC West: Raiders QB Derek Carr Updates Media on Rehab

Posted Apr 19, 2017

The latest news and notes from around the AFC West

Here’s a look at some headlines from around the AFC West:

Denver Broncos

- The Broncos will hold joint practices with the San Francisco 49ers.
- The Denver Post explored whether Paxton Lynch could be the next starter at quarterback.
- weighs in on the best-case scenarios for the team entering the draft.
- A former Denver Bronco and current football analyst, Mark Schlereth, explained why he believes the job moving forward belongs to Trevor Siemian.

Los Angeles Chargers

- Via the San Diego Union-Tribune, Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn wasn’t about with defensive end Joey Bosa’s absence from voluntary minicamp. 
- Via ESPN, the Chargers will host draft parties at Disneyland and the StubHub Center.
- Could Chargers linebacker Jerry Attaocho be poised for a breakout season?
- Tight end Jeff Cumberland is “hungrier than ever.”

Oakland Raiders

- Raiders released defensive tackle Dan Williams.
- Quarterback Derek Carr said he feels great when asked about his rehabilitation.
- Via The Mercury News, how the Raiders are building a “juggernaut” with their offseason acquisitions.
- Patriots vs. Raiders date and time in Mexico City was announced.


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