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AFC West Training Camp Previews

Sigmund Bloom runs down injuries, position battles, and offensive changes to watch for AFC West and gives his view on the direction the team is headed.

Training camp openings are coming, so it's time to focus our attention on the changes, injury recoveries, and position battles that will inform our last tweaks to our draft boards before we draft. It's also good to record our thoughts on the direction of the offense as it affects fantasy bottom lines before camp and preseason twists and turns make us doubt what we have spent months mulling over waiting for football to come back. I'll try to give insight into where I think the puck is going with these teams, because like Wayne Gretzky said, we should skate there instead of where the puck has been, i.e. last year's results.


Offensive Change(s) to Watch: Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler are gone, and Mark Sanchez is leading the replacement charge - at least for now. 2015 seventh-round pick Trevor Siemian is being talked up to push Sanchez, and 2016 first-round Paxton Lynch could put himself in the conversation with a good summer. Fourth-round pick Devontae Booker has already impressed the team enough to move ahead of Ronnie Hillman and he could become the complement to returning lead back CJ Anderson. Owen Daniels has been released and might retire, leaving Virgil Green, 2015 third-round pick Jeff Heuerman, and former Kubiak tight end Garrett Graham to vie for snaps. The offensive line is in flux with four new starters, including free agent signing Russell Okung.