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Know the Enemy Daily Links 4/29: Chargers rumored front runners for Mariota, despite Titans GM denying trade talk

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

2015 NFL Draft report: Broncos are expected to draft Cameron Erving at No. 28 if he's available - Mile High Report
According to KUSA-TV's Mike Klis, he expects the Denver Broncos to select Florida State's versatile offensive lineman Cameron Erving if he is still available at 28.

Broncos 'crank it up' with new playbook at up-tempo first practice - Mile High Report
After the first day of veteran mini camp, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders noted it felt like full-tempo: "It feels good when a coach tells you we’ve got to slow it down a little bit."

San Diego Chargers

Chargers draft trade rumors: Tennessee talking to Chargers and Eagles about Marcus Mariota - Bolts From The Blue
With just over 24 hours left until the 2015 NFL Draft, trade rumors involving the San Diego Chargers trading star QB Philip Rivers to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for the #2 overall pick int he 2015 NFL Draft are picking up steam.

Titans GM: No Rivers trade talk with Chargers |
Trade speculation has linked Philip Rivers with Tennessee in recent weeks.

Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs draft rumors: CB Marcus Peters visited KC, is a name to watch - Arrowhead Pride
The Washington CB seems to fit what the Chiefs are looking for on the field.

Chiefs tackles Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson have something to prove this season | The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star
It has become clear that Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson, two of the Chiefs’ young tackles, have at least one thing in common as they continue their offseason training. Neither has any desire to dwell on the past.


Despite troubled 2014, talent trumps red flags for some in 2015 NFL Draft -
As the NFL repairs its image, some teams (Rams, Saints, Seahawks, Pats, etc.) figure to keep drafting -- and drafting high -- players with checkered pasts.

Future NFL rookies should heed lessons about dollars and sense
No doubt, some of this year's rookies will be saddled by significant debt before receiving their first NFL paycheck.