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Know the Enemy Daily Links 7/8: NFL reaches 10 year deal to play at Tottenham's new London stadium

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Demaryius Thomas' mother may get early prison release with new sentencing guidelines - The Denver Post
Katina Smith, the mother Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas, has been imprisoned for 15 years for cocaine trafficking. But there's a chance she could be re

Tom Jackson named Pete Rozelle Radio-TV award winner
Former Broncos linebacker Tom Jackson was honored by the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his on-air work with ESPN.

San Diego Chargers

Philip Rivers defends Antonio Gates - Bolts From The Blue
Rivers and Gates have been doing great things on the field since 2006. How does the Charger QB feel about losing the target he has had his entire career for the first four games of 2015? He recently told all of us in an interview.

Roster analysis: Time for Corey Liuget to shine for San Diego Chargers - San Diego Chargers Blog - ESPN
Defensive lineman part of team's deep, experienced unit that returns every starter from last season.

Kansas City Chiefs

Jack Steadman, an influential figure in success of the Chiefs, dies at age 86 | The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star
Jack Steadman was Lamar Hunt’s right-hand man starting with the formation of the American Football League and founding of the franchise in 1960.

AFC West Q&A: Are Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles' best years behind him? - Kansas City Chiefs Blog - ESPN

Charles will be 29 this fall -- can Kansas City expect another stellar season? AFC West writers weigh in on the subject.


NFL reaches deal to play games at Tottenham’s new stadium in London | ProFootballTalk

In April, there was word from London that English Premier League side Tottenham wanted to share their new stadium with an NFL team when and if the NFL put a team on that side of the Atlantic.

Former NFL exec wants female official Sarah Thomas booed | NFL | Sporting News

Sarah Thomas will make history this season as the first full-time female NFL official. If she wants true equality, former Raiders executive Amy Trask wants her to get the same abuse as her male counterparts.