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Know the Enemy Daily Links 1/22: Peyton Manning returning pending physical per Report

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1 more year?
1 more year?
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Report: Peyton Manning wants to return to the Denver Broncos in 2015 pending a physical - Mile High Report
According to The Denver Post's Woody Paige Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning wants to return to the Broncos in 2015, but won't and cannot make his final decision until he passes an annual physical examination mandated by his contract.

Kubiak's 'zone blocking system' should play to Broncos' O-Line strengths - Mile High Report
CH74 considers how the Broncos' current offense will fit into Gary Kubiak's well-known zone blocking system. And it turns out that this ZBS isn't all that new to the Big Uglies.


The offensive tackle in the class that "experts" compare to D.J. Fluker - Bolts From The Blue
Looking at an offensive tackle that could possibly be the Chargers 1st round pick

Why the Chargers can't fund a stadium like the 49ers: the PSL issue - ESPN
Why can't the Chargers put together a financing plan similar to that of the $1.3 billion Levi's Stadium recently completed by the San Francisco 49ers?


Chiefs' Rodney Hudson has a new agent as free agency looms - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs center has new representation with free agency less than two months away.

Still no obvious answer on Dwayne Bowe's future with Kansas City Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride
No potential offseason move looms larger than what Kansas City will do with Bowe's oversized contract.


2015 NFL Free Agents: The 10 Hottest Names on the Market | Bleacher Report
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Success and Shortfalls in Effort to Diversify N.F.L. Coaching -
Todd Bowles, the Jets’ new coach, represents a success under a rule requiring teams to interview minority candidates for head coaching jobs, but minority groups are still underrepresented.