AFC West Q&A: Who is the rising star in this division? - ESPN.com
Don't sleep on second-year Chargers tight end Hunter Henry. The Arkansas product finished 2016 with 36 receptions on 53 targets for 478 receiving yards and eight touchdowns, seven of which came inside the red zone. With another offseason of work with quarterback Philip Rivers, Henry should be even more productive in Year 2, shouldering more of the workload offensively.
Chargers rookie WR Artavis Scott could be answer in slot - Katia Dragotis
Scott ranked No.1 among all power five conferences’ receivers in yards after the catch percentage, with 85.5 percent of his yards coming after the catch, per Chargers Wire contributor and Pro Football Focus’ Austin Gayle.
AFC West Q&A: Who is on the hottest seat in the division? - ESPN.com
Expectations will be high in Kansas City, especially if the Chiefs continue to own the Raiders. So even if the seat under Smith is not blazing, he should be hearing footsteps. The question, then, is this: How will Smith react?
Tyreek Burwell Embracing His Mean Streak - Ricky Henne
“I love his technique. It’s a little bit different than the last two coaches I played for. It’s more aggressive, especially in pass protection. It helps a lot. I’ve never been that aggressive in pass pro. I’ve always been a guy who kicked back to get vertical. But he allows us to attack more in the pass game when we need to.”
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