Evening AFC West news and notes

Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

Pass rusher Travis LaBoy, cut by Arizona on Tuesday, may be a good fit in both Kansas City and Denver. If he can stay healthy, he'd fit in the 3-4 defense both teams are adopting. Kansas City head coach Todd Haley and defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast knows LaBoy from their Cardinals days.

Denver finalized a deal with backup linebacker Nick Greisen and cut fullback Andrew Pinnock.

The Kansas City Star suggests Kansas City -- which has a ton of salary-cap room -- to go get a big fish in free agency, starting with Seattle linebacker Leroy Hill.

Here's a fine look at the fire that burns inside new Oakland safety Mike Mitchell.

San Diego top pick Larry English discuses fitting into the Chargers' defense with star Shawne Merriman in a radio interview.

Mr. Irreverent speaks about being a Chief in a radio interview.

The Raiders have signed more college free agents.