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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Elevated Stats: Broncos set to face a tough, balanced Chiefs team - Mile High Report
Elevated Stats returns - in which we collect stats and analytics from around the web and see how the Broncos are faring against their AFC counterparts.

Broncos at Chiefs: The No Bull Preview - Mile High Report
We have a short week and are heading into a meat grinder of a stadium with thousands upon thousands of screaming, crazed, playoff starved fans. What should we look for in week 2 from our Denver Broncos?

San Diego Chargers

San Diego Chargers' TE Ladarius Green makes most of his opportunity - San Diego Chargers Blog - ESPN
With mentor Antonio Gates unavailable, Ladarius Green made the most of his chance to contribute in the Chargers' Week 1 win.

Fluker could miss considerable time with ankle injury | Pro32: Head to Head
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Chargers right guard D.J. Fluker is expected to miss considerable time with what is believed to be a high ankle sprain.

Kansas City Chiefs

Derrick Johnson could break Chiefs all-time tackles record at Arrowhead on Thursday - Arrowhead Pride
He should break it on Thursday night at Arrowhead.

Grading Andy Reid: Chiefs coach pulls an A vs. the Houston Texans - Arrowhead Pride
We created a grading scale to judge how Andy Reid does each week.

NFL

The NFL's point man on Los Angeles said he has decided that officials from San Diego and St. Louis who are trying to keep their NFL teams won't make presentations on their stadium plans at the owners meeting next month. | FOX Sports
The NFL's point man on Los Angeles said he has decided that officials from San Diego and St. Louis who are trying to keep their NFL teams won't make presentations on their stadium plans at the owners meeting next month.

As cap grows, NFL teams fear more Kam Chancellor holdouts | ProFootballTalk
On Sunday, Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor became the first player to skip a regular-season game over a contract dispute since the 2011 labor deal was signed. He likely won't be the last.