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Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/9: Chargers lose in heartbreaking (for their fans!) fashion

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Christian Petersen

AFC West


Wes Welker's suspension and reinstatement could be settled Tuesday - Mile High Report

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos might get Wes Welker back as soon as Tuesday.

Broncos vs. Colts 3rd and Long: A tale of two halves - Mile High Report

The Broncos held on two win in a game that looked to be a blowout (21 point lead in the 4th), but the defense showed flashes of brilliance and stepped up to secure the game late.


Chargers-Cardinals final score: San Diego loses 18-17 heartbreaker in Arizona - Bolts from the Blue

For the second consecutive year, the San Diego Chargers gave up a fourth quarter lead to lose a heartbreaker in the final game of Week 1. This time, the loss came at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals and QB Carson Palmer.

Late scores lead Cardinals over Chargers - U~T San Diego

A strong debut from the second-round outside linebacker (Jerry Attaochu) was spoiled Monday. His first NFL sack helped give San Diego a 17-6 lead entering the fourth quarter. The Cardinals then rattled off 12 unanswered to saddle the visitors with a familiar 18-17 loss.


Kansas City Chiefs work out 3 free agent linebackers after Derrick Johnson's injury - Arrowhead Pride

The KC Chiefs are looking for help to replace Derrick Johnson, who was lost for the season.

Free agent DT Jerel Worthy working out for Chiefs after Mike DeVito's injury - Arrowhead Pride

The Chiefs are working out a former second round pick.


The N.F.L.’s Absurd Marijuana Policy - New York Times

The game we celebrate creates a life of daily pain for those who play it. Some players choose marijuana to manage this pain, which allows them to perform at a high level without sacrificing their bodies or their minds.

Sources: Agreement reached with Pegulas to buy Buffalo Bills - The Buffalo News

Sources say Sabres owners outdistanced every other suitor and purchase of the Bills is a 'done deal.' Purchase price is believed to be in the neighborhood of $1 billion. Ralph Wilson bought the American Football League franchise in 1960 for $25,000.