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Know the Enemy Daily Links 7/15: Chiefs sign Justin Houston to 6 year, $101M deal

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Report: A new deal for Thomas is not expected - Mile High Report
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, barring a significant turn in the negotiations, a long-term deal between the Broncos and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas looks unlikely to happen today.

Contract negotiations and reading between the lines - Mile High Report
Some no bull thoughts on what these contract negotiations mean, what we've seen in the past, and what they mean for our future.

San Diego Chargers

San Diego Chargers: City approves spending plan for new stadium - NFL -
The city of San Diego approved a $2.1 million plan for am environmental study, which was required for citizens to vote on the possibility of building a $1.4 billion stadium for the Chargers

Scout's take: San Diego Chargers still soft against the run - San Diego Chargers Blog - ESPN
The Chargers struggled to defend the run last season, and ESPN scout Matt Williamson says nose tackle is a weakness for San Diego.

Kansas City Chiefs

Justin Houston, Chiefs agree to six-year, $101 million deal - Arrowhead Pride
Done deal! At least according to ESPN.

Chiefs GM John Dorsey on what took so long for Justin Houston's contract - Arrowhead Pride
Bad cell service? Ha!


NFL players union will pursue collusion charges if Dez Bryant of Dallas Cowboys, Demaryius Thomas of Denver Broncos don't sign long-term deals
If Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas don't sign long-term deals by Wednesday's deadline, the NFL players' union plans to move ahead with collusion charges against their respective teams.

Who is building the next NFL dynasty? -
The Patriots aren't going to be on top forever. Danny Kelly takes a closer look at which teams are poised to usurp them for a decade of dominance.