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Know the Enemy Daily Links 8/4: Two AFCW rivals release first depth charts of '14, End of the Rooney Rule?

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Broncos release first depth chart of 2014 - Mile High Report

The Denver Broncos have released their first official depth chart of the 2014 season.

Don't panic, Broncos O-Line will be volcanic - Mile High Report

And by that Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann means that they are just heating up, getting ready to explode when the timing is right.


Do the Chargers have the best offensive backfield in the NFL - Bolts from the Blue

In what has been a busy offseason for second-year GM Tom Telesco, the San Diego Chargers have quietly put together the best (?) running back trio in the NFL.

Chargers CB Marshall sees gains via strength - U~T San Diego

"I don’t feel like I was 100 percent last year," Marshal said. "I was disappointed in myself."


Chiefs first depth chart updates the position battles from training camp - Arrowhead Pride

With the release of the Kansas City Chiefs first 2014 depth chart, it's time for some observations and reactions. Here are 10 things to know about the depth chart.

The Chiefs and Bengals were so similar last year they set an NFL record - Arrowhead Pride

The Chiefs-Bengals preseason game on Thursday Night will be very evenly matched.


From Walmart to the NFL, Jajuan Harley's story -

Eight months ago Jajuan Harley was working at Walmart. Now he's in the NFL. And he'll never get sick of sharing how his dream became a reality with a few pit stops along the way.

Inside Slant: Final frontier for Rooney rule - ESPN

If you're vested in the success of the Rooney Rule, which seeks to ensure that qualified aspirants are given genuine consideration for jobs, these figures should concern you. Arguably the quickest way to jump onto the NFL's annual list of hot head-coaching candidates is to be the playcaller of a top offense, and only 2 of those positions in the NFL are filled by black coaches.