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Know the Enemy Daily Links 7/29: NFL VP defends Ray Rice suspension, Bowlen legacy lives on

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Rob Carr

AFC West

Chiefs:

Kansas City Chiefs D-Line has the potential for all kinds of combinations in 2014 - Arrowhead Pride

There is plenty to talk about with an intriguing group in the trenches.

Chiefs training camp: Phillip Gaines exits early, more injury updates from Monday - Arrowhead Pride

The KC Chiefs had another eventful day at training camp on Monday. The big story (for now) appears to be Phillip Gaines leaving early with an apparent injury.

Chargers:

San Diego Chargers Training Camp Recap: July 28th, 2014 - Bolts from the Blue

A roundup from the news on yesterday's San Diego Chargers practice at Chargers Park.

Chargers WR Allen considered quitting as rookie - USA Today

Allen was referring to his initial training camp, when the third-round pick from California could do little right. He heard often from coach Mike McCoy, and it was mostly for what Allen wasn't doing.

Broncos:

Pat Bowlen's legacy to the Denver Broncos is "winning" - Mile High Report

After providing extraordinary leadership to the Denver Broncos organization for three decades, Pat Bowlen's legacy continues on through those that he mentored.

Broncos' Sanders studies plays - and players - to step up his game - Mile High Report

Emmanuel Sanders' performance on the first day of training camp left something to be desired, but the former Steeler says he'll continue studying the offense - and his new teammates - to be better.

NFL

NFL VP Adolpho Birch calls Ray Rice discipline 'appropriate' - CBS Sports

On Monday, NFL senior vice president of labor policy Adolpho Birch went on ESPN's "Mike and Mike" radio show to defend Rice's punishment. It did not go well.

More 2014 NFL over-under win totals released - CBS Sports

As all 32 teams are now in training camp and as each squad's fan base fantasizes about the playoff run they know their favorite organization can make this year, we now have over-under odds on how many wins everybody can expect.