Here's a look at some headlines from around the AFC West:
- Via ESPN, vice president and general manager John Elway believes he’ll sign a new contract before the start of the season.
- Via ESPN, linebacker Von Miller joked Denver needs a “choreographer” to take advantage of new celebration rules.
- Former Chiefs assistant and new Broncos special teams coordinator Brock Olivo is excited for rookie contributors.
- Head coach Mike McCoy discussed what he is seeing in second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch.
Los Angeles Chargers
- Running back Branden Oliver is already turning heads this offseason.
- Keenan Allen and Melvin Gordon appreciate the new celebration rules.
- Via the Los Angeles Times, quarterback Philip Rivers weighs in on how he keeps OTAs exciting.
- Via NFL.com, is the Chargers' injured rookie wide receiver, Mike Williams, falling behind?
- Via NFL.com, the Raiders are currently holding running back Marshawn Lynch out of OTA practice.
- Wide receiver Amari Cooper was named to the NFL Network’s Top 100 list.
- Via ESPN, middle linebacker still remains a question for the Raiders.
- Via The Ringer, what team founder Al Davis would have thought of his son moving the team to Los Angeles.