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Know the Enemy Daily Links 3/23: What is going on with this year's NFL Annual Meeting?

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AFC West

Broncos

Broncos considering Bradley Roby at safety? - Mile High Report
According to the Denver Posts Mike Klis, Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway revealed that they have had some internal discussions about possibly giving last years first round pick, cornerback Bradley Roby a look at free safety.

NFL Free Agency 2015: Denver Broncos news & rumors - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos need help on the offensive line and defensive line, but free agency could quickly open up some new holes that will need to be addressed. All news and updates will be tracked through this stream, so let the games begin!

Chargers

At the Quarter Pole in the Race to Los Angeles: Updated Stadium News for San Diego, Oakland, and St. Louis - Bolts From The Blue
The NFL Spring Owner's Meeting get underway this week in Phoenix. Let's take a look at the current stadium situations in San Diego, Los Angeles, Oakland and St. Louis.

Is Stevie Johnson an upgrade over Eddie Royal? - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers have a shiny new toy after signing former 49ers WR Stevie Johnson, but how will he be able to fill the hole in the offense left by Eddie Royal's departure?

Chiefs

'It's a passing league': Myth and reality - Arrowhead Pride
MNChiefsfan takes a look at what that really means.

Kansas City Chiefs compensatory picks for 2015 NFL Draft are coming soon - Arrowhead Pride
As many as four extra draft picks for the Chiefs could be coming soon.

NFL

NFL to Suspend TV Blackout Policy - WSJ
The NFL will suspend its controversial TV blackout policy for the 2015 season, a person familiar with the matter said.

What's happening at the NFL annual meetings? - SBNation.com
They've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

NFL star Darren Sharper pleads no contest to sex assault charges - LA Times
Former NFL star Darren Sharper is expected to serve nine years in federal prison after making deals in sexual assault related charges in Los Angeles, Arizona and Nevada.