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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/11: Danny Trevathan eligible to return for Broncos

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AFC West

Broncos

Danny Trevathan is eligible to return vs. Chargers Sunday - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos could be getting back one of their best defensive players this Sunday. Linebacker Danny Trevathan is eligible to come off the Injured Reserve list prior to this Sunday's game against the division rival San Diego Chargers

Broncos vs Chargers: A history of success in San Diego - Mile High Report
A second look at the rivalry between the Broncos and Chargers

Chargers

Week 14 Grades: Chargers come up small against the Patriots... again. - Bolts From The Blue
The Chargers always play the Patriots tough, they always have a chance to win in the 4th quarter, and they always make crucial mistakes which allow the Patriots to win. Sunday night was no exception, and they wasted a solid defensive effort in the process.

Mike McCoy Says You Can't Put it on Paper - Bolts From The Blue
A statistical look at the poor decision San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy made in the loss to the New England Patriots.

Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs defense has a turnover problem - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs biggest problem might be not creating turnovers.

Kansas City Chiefs' Jamaal Charles the favorite to win NFL's touchdown crown - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs RB is currently the favorite to score the most touchdowns this season.

NFL

NFL owners ratify new personal conduct policy - The Washington Post
As league's ownership presses ahead with reforms while players union insists new policy should be collectively bargained.

NFL draft analysis: Breaking down Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon - College Football - SI.com
Star Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon revealed Wednesday he will declaring for the NFL draft, first announcing it on the Dan Patrick Show and later confirming in multiple places, including to Chicago Tribune reporter Teddy Greenstein.