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Know the Enemy Daily Links 8/25: ESPN and the NFL's unnerving relationship

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West

Denver Broncos

John Elway tells Peter King that Broncos may add "help" to offensive line - Mile High Report
Denver's offensive line not set in stone

Ronnie Hillman fits in Broncos offense, moves up to No. 2 on depth chart - The Denver Post
Ronnie Hillman leads the NFL in preseason with 120 yards rushing

San Diego Chargers

After Action Review: Chargers at Cardinals (Preseason) - Bolts From The Blue
Watching the San Diego Chargers' preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals to identified the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Chargers blockers looking to mesh soon |
The Chargers still have work to at offensive line in preparation for the Sept. 13 opener. The team has two more exhibitions and at least 10 more practices to get ready.

Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs' Alex Smith is throwing deeper so far in the preseason - Arrowhead Pride
It's true. Let's look at the numbers.

The Huddle: What's right and wrong with the Chiefs | The Kansas City Star
In this episode of The Huddle, The Star's Vahe Gregorian and Sam Mellinger give their takeaways at the midpoint of the Chiefs preseason and also remind you to pick up our season football preview special section in Sunday's print edition.


The NFL’s worst quarterback situations: RANKED | For The Win
Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick play key roles in these rankings.

ESPN's Uncomfortable, Unnerving Relationship With The NFL - Forbes
From the Ray Rice domestic violence case, to Tom Brady and Deflategate, ESPN has often sided with the NFL, who has a multi-billion dollar rights agreement with them. Is it coincidence? Maybe, but it's an unnerving relationship.