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AFC West

Broncos

Denver Broncos' new DE Antonio Smith is more 'crafty' now, maybe ninja-like - Mile High Report
Antonio Smith, Denver's latest addition to the roster, is known for his durability, having been relatively injury-free his 11 seasons so far. Entering his 12th, Smith knows it's about playing smart and crafty to get after the quarterback.

Horse Tracks: Which tackle do you want the Broncos to draft in the 1st round? - Mile High Report
Good Morning (from) Broncos Country!

NFL CB Aqib Talib under investigation in Dallas assault
Dallas police say NFL cornerback Aqib Talib and his brother are under investigation for an aggravated assault at a downtown Dallas nightclub.

Chargers

San Diego Chargers exercise fifth-year option for 2016 on Melvin Ingram - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers will not let Melvin Ingram play into the final year of his contract this year, and still see a fifth-year as a bargain. He'll be with the team for at least two more seasons.

Keenan Allen likely to get more time in slot - San Diego Chargers Blog - ESPN
ESPN Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams talks about why Keenan Allen's quickness makes him better in space.

Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs free agency: Cheers and jeers - Arrowhead Pride
MNChiefsfan recaps the Chiefs free agency period with his annual cheers and jeers column.

Update from Eric Berry's brother: Eric is 'doing really good' - Arrowhead Pride
The brother of Eric Berry provided an update on the Chiefs safety.

NFL

Adrian Peterson nearing an NFL return? - SBNation.com
The Vikings running back is scheduled to meet with NFL officials Tuesday to discuss his reinstatement.

With 3 NFL teams and 2 stadiums at play for L.A., here are 9 possible outcomes - LA Times
The Southwestern setting at the Arizona Biltmore was casual, but the billionaires and multimillionaires weren't — most dressed in coats and ties for three days of closed-door sessions.