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Know the Enemy Daily Links 7/18: Bye bye NYC draft, everybody loves Peyton

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AFC West


Alex Smith says KC Chiefs have the playmakers to compete with Broncos, Colts, Patriots - Arrowhead Pride

The Kansas City Chiefs QB says the team does have the offensive firepower to compete with the best offenses in the AFC.

Chiefs report: Sustained success may be a challenge - USA Today

A little more than a year ago, Andy Reid inherited the worst team in the NFL (2 wins in 2012) and took it to the playoffs. The challenge for Reid in his second year in KC is to make sure the Chiefs don't take a step back after their impressive turnaround.


Horse Tracks: Five Broncos players that could be training camp stars - Mile High Report

With the Broncos about to kick off training camp in a week lets take a look at five Denver Broncos players who could be this year's breakout stars.

Horse Tracks: Everybody loves Peyton - Mile High Report

You love Peyton Manning. I love Peyton Manning. America loves Peyton Manning. (Raiders fans probably don't love Peyton Manning.)


Chargers Training Camp Battles: Marcus Gilchrist vs. Jahleel Addae - Bolts from the Blue

Taking a look at the game film from last season to determine who should be the starting Strong Safety for the San Diego Chargers in 2014: Jahleel Addae or  Marcus Gilchrist?

A confident Ryan Mathews ready for camp - ESPN

Although he played a full 16-game season for the first time in his four-year NFL career, Mathews is focused on being on the field and at his best when the games matter most - the playoffs.


NFL draft advisory board will urge more players to stay in school - NBC Sports

After an all-time high of 98 underclassmen declared for this year's NFL draft, the NFL's College Advisory Committee has changed some of its policies to encourage more players to stay in school.

Roger Goodell: 2015 draft to be held in L.A, or Chicago -

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that the league has narrowed down its 2015 NFL Draft options to Los Angeles and Chicago. The event has been held in New York City ever since 1965 and at Radio City Music Hall since 2006. (Selfishly, being a Midwest guy I am hoping for Chicago!)