AFC West Notes: Justice, Williams, Raiders

Here’s tonight’s look at the AFC West..

  • The Chiefs recently tried out offensive tackle Winston Justice and wide receiver Damian Williams, according to Field Yates of (on Twitter). Justice was in camp with the Broncos this offseason and worked out for the Cardinals last week. Williams, meanwhile, was with the Dolphins this offseason after four seasons with the Titans.
  • In today’s press conference, Raiders coach Dennis Allen refused to discuss his job security or lack thereof, writes Tim Kawakami of the Mercury News. When asked if he’s paying attention to the speculation, Allen responded, “What matters is getting ready for the New England Patriots. And that’s all I’m going to focus on.” When he was asked a follow-up question, Allen tersely answered, “Listen, I’m getting ready for the New England Patriots.”
  • Raiders owner Mark Davis has an idea for how domestic violence cases should be handled in the immediate aftermath, writes Tim Kawakami of the Mercury News. “In my mind, if somebody’s accused or arrested in a domestic-violence case, they should be suspended with pay,” Davis said. “I want to make sure it fits the legalities and with what the union wants, but I just think that’s the only thing that makes sense for us now.”
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