Evening AFC West notes

You have to wonder if the Kansas City Chiefs will consider going after safety James Sanders, who was cut by the New England Patriots. Chiefs’ general manager Scott Pioli was with the Patriots when Sanders was drafted and has brought in plenty of former Patriots to Kansas City the past two years. Sanders would fit in the Chiefs’ rotation at safety. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Sanders is going to visit Atlanta.

Here is an AFC West preview from “NFL Live.” It is worth checking out.

Here is a review of recent happenings in the San Diego Chargers' pursuit for a new stadium.

The Chiefs still have the most salary-cap room in the NFL with more than $32 million.

The Chargers expect to have the local television blackout lifted for Thursday’s preseason finale against the visiting San Francisco 49ers.

The Chargers have several nagging injuries, but they expect to be healthy in time to host the Minnesota Vikings in the regular-season opener Sept. 11.

It’s starting to look like the Oakland Raiders' offensive line is set. It’s not perfect, but this unit played solidly, for the most part, against New Orleans on Sunday. There’s some decent young talent in left guard Stefen Wisniewski and left tackle Jared Veldheer.