Kansas City signs quarterback Bill Stull

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- We have a little news from the Kansas City Chiefs as we prepare for lunch-time interviews with coach Todd Haley and hopefully a few players. The Chiefs have signed former Pitt quarterback Bill Stull who started 26 college games.

The team signed Stull because backup quarterback Brodie Croyle has an arm injury and the team needs an extra quarterback during training camp. Perhaps Stull will play at Tampa Bay on Saturday. Kansas City cut defensive end Jeffrey Fitzgerald to make room for Stull.

While we wait for the Chiefs’ media availability, here are some links from around the division:

Denver rookie quarterback Tim Tebowis not worried about his throwing motion, which reverted back to the one he used in college, during the Broncos’ preseason opener at Cincinnati on Sunday. Here’s what Tebow told the Denver Post about it: "I don't know if that necessarily matters. I never listened too much to what people said. I'm just trying to stay focused and get better every day and try to be the best player and teammate I can be on this team and not worry about what people say."

Former Denver receiver Brandon Marshall is up to his old tricks again.

A San Diego columnist believes Chargers’ ownership should get involved in the holdouts of Vincent Jackson and Marcus McNeill. I bet the camps of both players would love that idea. It’s always nice to talk to the check signers directly. Will it happen? I think we’re a ways away from that step.