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Around The AFC West: Chargers Stadium Talks, Champ Bailey And Tim Tebow

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In our continuing effort to keep you as informed as possible, I've rounded up some recent news on the Kansas City Chiefs' division rivals in the AFC West. SB Nation has some solid NFL blogs covering the AFC West for you to peruse- Bolts From The BlueMile High Report and the always interesting Silver & Black Pride.

After the jump, we're talking about Chargers free agents, San Diego stadium talk, a potential Champ Bailey update and a peek into the Broncos' quarterback situation.

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Chargers Potential Defensive Free Agent Targets
The main focus this offseason will undoubtedly be on depth with 28 unrestricted free agents currently on the Bolts’ roster. The potential turnover could be tremendous on both sides of the ball, but the defensive side in particular has two areas ranking near the top of the needs list.

CHARGERS: Spanos, Sanders to meet about stadium issues
Such meetings are exceedingly rare, mostly because of hectic schedules. That adds significance to this meeting, especially in the wake of the increasing likelihood of an NFL team relocating to Los Angeles.

PFT Live: Asomugha done in Oakland? | ProFootballTalk
In the first segment of today’s PFT Live, Mike Florio wonders if cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha will be leaving the Raiders for the Packers and says head injuries are a part of the reality of playing a tough sport like football.

Oakland has makings of attractive free agent destination | February
Some exciting things have been happening in Oakland in the past few months. For the first time in nine years, it appears the idea of being a Raider doesn't have a dark cloud hovering over it. With the future looking bright for this team, there is a legitimate chance that free agent players would welcome the opportunity to suit up in Silver and Black.

Broncos’ Lloyd "Encouraged" That Bailey Will Stay | Predominantly Orange
For fans, it’s hard to feel optimistic about the situation, but Broncos Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Lloyd suggested Tuesday via his Twitter account that not all hope is lost. "It’s looking good for champ. Fingers are crossed."

Tim Tebow Says He is Looking Forward to Leading the Broncos to Victory - Mile High Report
The quarterback conversation among Denver Broncos fans has become almost a virtual split as of late, with one side thinking Kyle Orton is the best fit moving forward, and the other feeling young Tim Tebow is the way to go. No matter what you believe, whenever one of the Broncos' quarterbacks talks, we typically listen.