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Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/10: NFL blackouts could be scrapped, drug policy vote tabled

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West


Manning Up: Peyton's Pursuit for TD Records - Mile High Report

Peyton Manning takes aim at two big touchdown records this season, one that he already owns, one that he's been working at his entire career.

Julius Thomas became the fourth Broncos tight end since 1984 to be named AFC Offensive Player of the Week with his impressive Week One performance in Denver.

San Diego Chargers starting right tackle D.J. Fluker apparently had an MRI on his knee earlier today. What does that mean for the team going forward?

We look through the box score of the San Diego Chargers most recent game and hand out cheers (Bolts) and jeers (Dolts) for players that performed above or below expectations. This week, we're looking at their Week 1 loss to the Cardinals.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk tweeted us about Alex Smith's Week 2 game against the Denver Broncos.

The point spread on Sunday's Chiefs-Broncos game is a big one.


Federal regulators are expected to vote this month to scrap the agency's 40-year-old rules preventing cable and satellite providers from showing NFL games that have been blacked out in their home markets due to low attendance.

Negotiations between league, union are expected to continue. But testing for HGH and other proposed changes remain on hold, and Wes Welker and Josh Gordon remain suspended.