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  1. Evening AFC West notes

    Bill Williamson

    Former Miami Dolphins head coach and former New York Jets' offensive coordinator Tony Sparano is a potential offensive line coaching candidate in Oakland. He interviewed for the same job in Kansas City, but new Chiefs' coach Andy Reid hired Andy Heck...

    Blog | January 21, 2013
  2. Final Word: AFC West

    Bill Williamson

    Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 14: Can the Oakland Raiders beat the Green Bay Packers at their own game? The 12-0 Packers are winning because they have perhaps one of the most dangerous passing games in the history of the NFL. If the Raiders...

    Blog | December 09, 2011
  3. Report: 49ers hot for Asomugha

    Bill Williamson

    Not so fast. Perhaps feelings will change. Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network is reporting that the San Francisco 49ers are seriously pursuing Oakland Raiders free-agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and are currently the favorites, along with the N...

    Blog | July 27, 2011
  4. Evening AFC West notes

    Bill Williamson

    AFC East blogger Tim Graham suggests that it is "remote" that the New York Jets will sign Oakland Raiders' free-agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. I know a lot of people would love to see an Asomugha-Darrelle Revis tandem. But that would be awfully...

    Blog | April 05, 2011
  5. Inactives from San Diego

    Bill Williamson

    SAN DIEGO --- The inactives have just been announced for Sunday's AFC divisional playoff game between the New York Jets and the San Diego Chargers. There are no major surprises for San Diego, which enters the game as healthy as it has been all sea...

    Blog | January 17, 2010
  6. Chargers can't stand to (scoreboard) watch

    Bill Williamson

    Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson Donald Miralle/Getty Images San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson struggled in Sunday's 22-16 loss to Atlanta, gaining just 24 yards on 14 carries. SAN DIEGO -- The scoreboard operators here were ...

    Blog | November 30, 2008