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Know the Enemy Daily Links 5/7: Scott Fujita estimates "30-50%" of NFL players smoke marijuana

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Broncos' No. 1 pick landed in the perfect spot, says Mizzou blogger - Mile High Report
Mizzou blogger - and Broncos fan! - couldn't be happier that one of his favorite Missouri Tigers is now on his favorite NFL team. But despite his bias, he thinks this is a great fit for both Ray and the Broncos.

Denver Broncos draft pick Jeff Heuerman graded by Pro Football Focus - Mile High Report
The Broncos third round draft pick, Jeff Heuerman, is evaluated by the guys over at Pro Football Focus. Let's dig into their analysis a bit here.

San Diego Chargers

Sans Weddle, Chargers ramp up workouts |
The safety seeks an extension and is not expected to join voluntary workouts without it.

Film Study: San Diego Chargers 1st Round Pick, RB Melvin Gordon - Bolts From The Blue
Tom Telesco's job is done. He used the Chargers' 1st round pick on Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon. Now, the onus is on Frank Reich and Mike McCoy to put Melvin Gordon in a position to succeed.

Kansas City Chiefs

The post-NFL Draft blues: Why Draft fever can make us miserable - Arrowhead Pride
Why draft fever can make us miserable.

Chiefs’ general manager, head coach say NFL Draft haul made them ‘better,’ and deeper | The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star
Says Chiefs general manager John Dorsey: "I think as we go into (training camp at) St. Joe now, I think that we have a team that we can compete; we can compete in the AFC West, and that is all you can ask for."


Former NFL LB Scott Fujita: 30 to 50 percent of players smoke pot -
That estimate is in line with one NFL GM's recent thoughts on the subject.

Atlanta Falcons rookie Grady Jarrett's house burned during the draft | The MMQB with Peter King
CONYERS, Ga. — When it was over, everything that wasn’t incinerated smelled of ash and water. Each of the three dozen family and friends at Grady Jarrett’s draft party had survived without a scratch, but the same couldn’t be said for the youth football trophies and game-worn jerseys.