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Know the Enemy Daily Links 3/30: Falcons fined, docked draft pick for artificial noise

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Demaryius Thomas to skip the Broncos offseason program - Mile High Report
ESPN's Jeff Legwold spoke to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas today, and Thomas told Legwold that he will not join Manning at Duke and will be skipping the Broncos offseason workout.

Touted offensive tackles no sure things in NFL draft for Broncos - The Denver Post
Touted right tackles offer no guarantee of right answer in NFL


Does Qualcomm Stadium pump in artificial noise? - Bolts From The Blue
With the Atlanta Falcons being found guilty of piping in artificial crowd noise, Jim Trotter of ESPN reminds twitter that he has heard the same thing happening at Qualcomm Stadium

What is Mark Fabiani's Master Plan? - Bolts From The Blue
Chargers' Special Counsel Mark Fabiani has launched an all-out attack against the Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group's selection of the Mission Valley site. How much of what he's saying is spin, and what does it mean for keeping the Chargers in SD?


Begin Again: Ethan Johnson's Post-Concussion Life | Rolling Stone
Begin Again: A concussion ended Ethan Johnson's NFL career at the age of 22. Now he's struggling to figure out what comes next

Thanks for everything, Arrowhead Pride - Arrowhead Pride
This is easily the toughest piece I've ever written for this website. AP writer Matt Verderame says goodbye!


NFL expected to take draft pick from Atlanta Falcons, suspend team president Rich McKay from competition committee - ESPN
The Atlanta Falcons have been fined $350,000 and will forfeit a 2016 draft pick for piping crowd noise into the Georgia Dome during home games over the last two seasons.

Browns GM Ray Farmer suspended 4 games for texting -
The NFL officially announced Monday that Browns general manager Ray Farmer was suspended without pay for the first four regular-season games of the 2015 season for his violation of the NFL's electronic device policy.