Chiefs, Broncos still cap rich

NFL.com has the salary-cap numbers, as of Friday morning, for every team. The Chiefs and Broncos are in fine shape, while the Chargers and Raiders have much less room.

The truth is, every team will be fine. The big-spending portion of free agency is over and every team in the AFC West should be able to easily sign its draft picks and add depth. Although the Chiefs and Broncos can add more depth than San Diego and Oakland.

In other AFC West news:

I talked to Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. about the Raiders' signing of strongside linebacker Philip Wheeler. He likes the addition and he said it was a sign the Raiders will stick to a 4-3 defense.

“He didn’t play bad at all for Indy,” Williamson said. “He’s a pure 4-3 outside linebacker and a starting caliber one in my opinion. It’s a solid pick up for Oakland.”

Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer told the San Francisco Chronicle he is ready to roll in the Raiders’ new West Coast offensive system. Palmer is confident he will adjust well in the new offense.

New Oakland reserve running back Mike Goodson talks about his fumbling issues and his opportunity with the Raiders.