I could see teams like Denver and Kansas City considering defensive tackle Tommie Harris, who was cut by Chicago. But don’t expect him to be a high priority for either team. Harris’ skills have eroded some and he lost his starting job last season.
I don’t see any team in the AFC West making a big run at running back Clinton Portis, who was cut by Washington. He will be 30 this year and he had just 227 rushing yards last season. The end is near.
The Football Outsiders have key questions for each AFC West teams.
Update: The agent for Oakland linebacker Kamerion Wimbley said he will sign his franchise tender. It will pay Wimbley $11.3 million for 2011, assuming the franchise tag will be part of the new CBA.