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Know the Enemy Daily Links 5/13: NFL's Health Chief already hard at work

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Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West

Denver Broncos

The Broncos have claimed tight end Marcel Jensen and receiver Solomon Patton off waivers - Mile High Report
The Broncos have been awarded tight end Marcel Jensen and receiver/returner Solomon Patton off waivers.

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak on Jeff Heuerman's injury: "I wish that was me" - The Denver Post
Third-round pick Jeff Heuerman tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during rookie camp and likely will miss the 2015 season is the biggest surprise to the Broncos this past week.

San Diego Chargers

San Diego Chargers' John Pagano wants more speed, turnovers in '15 - San Diego Chargers Blog - ESPN
San Diego forced just 35 turnovers over the past two seasons, second worst in the NFL.

Philip Rivers is the middle child in a golden age of quarterbacks - SBNation.com
Philip Rivers has been too good in San Diego to watch his Chargers era end like this.

Kansas City Chiefs

Alex Smith says quarterbacks are particular about their footballs - Arrowhead Pride
Does he like inflated? Or deflated?

Here's your Kansas City Chiefs 90-man roster (which will be changing) - Arrowhead Pride
45 on offense, 41 on defense and 4 on special teams.

NFL

NFL's Health Chief Touts Trickle-Down Theory Of Football Safety
The NFL has long been criticized for not doing enough for players' long-term health. But Betsy Nadel, the league's first medical advisor, wants to change that.

Joe Namath: PEDs bigger issue for NFL than deflated footballs - CBSSports.com
Hall of Famer and former Jets quarterback Joe Namath thinks the league has bigger issues than how much air is in the football.