Around the AFC West: Broncos Lose LT Ryan Clady for the Year

A roundup of this week’s headlines around the AFC West division

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Denver Broncos

Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady suffers torn ACL, will miss entire 2015 season.

Former Chiefs offensive lineman Ryan Harris signs with the Broncos

Harris spent 2007 to 2010 and 2012 with the Broncos and was a member of the Chiefs in 2014.

Phil Milani of DenverBroncos.com recently had a one-on-one interview with Harris after he rejoined the Broncos.

"They reached out a couple weeks ago and [Thursday], we confirmed everything we wanted to do and came together here and signed [Friday] morning," he said. "This will be my ninth year going in the NFL, so I have a breadth of knowledge and experience in both starting games and preparation."

To watch the full interview, click here.

Linebacker Brandon Marshall returned to the weight room after foot surgery

Marshall underwent surgery on his right foot in March and is now back in the weight room.

"I feel a lot better," Marshall *told Pat Graham of the Associated Press. "My foot feels a lot stronger. Just taking it one day at a time."*

Read Graham's full article here.

San Diego Chargers

Quarterback Philip Rivers had his first press conference of the season

Rivers met with the media for more than 15 minutes on Wednesday and at one point compared rookie running back Melvin Gordon to Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles.

"It's funny and I think some of it's maybe the hair and some of it could have been the number similarity, but Jamaal Charles is a guy who stands out," Rivers said. "I don't know if Melvin would agree with me, but Jamaal's probably a little bit faster, but Melvin's bigger.

"They do look alike—some of the cuts they make and the way they run, he's the first guy to come to mind."

Watch Rivers' full press conference here.

The Chargers' rookie running back met with the media for his first ever OTA

Oakland Raiders

Raiders safety Charles Woodson joined Chiefs Tamba Hali and Jeremy Maclin in the 61-to-70 range on the "NFL Top 100"

Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio addressed the media at the beginning of Week 2 of OTAs

Del Rio mentioned that part of the process is creating a culture shift for the Raiders, who were 3-13 last season.

"We're developing a mentality here," Del Rio explained, "creating the culture, and the guys have done a really good job of understanding how to work together."

Watch Del Rio's whole press conference here.

The Raiders made some roster moves this week

The Raiders signed free agent linebacker Horace Miller and re-signed Milton Williams.

For more information, click here.

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