AFC West links: Vrabel will be missed

July, 12, 2011
7/12/11
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Denver Broncos

Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post says signing draft picks figures to be a rush job for the Broncos when a labor agreement is reached.

Former Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe will be presented by his older brother Sterling Sharpe at the Hall of Fame ceremonies Aug. 6. Sterling Sharpe played seven seasons for the Green Bay Packers.

Defensive Coordinator Dennis Allen expects his group to be feared on the field.

Former Broncos defensive lineman Pete Duranko dies at 67 after battling ALS.

Kansas City Chiefs

Former Chiefs defensive end Art Still is among the retired NFL players seeking improved health benefits in the labor negotiations.

Josh Looney writes that retiring linebacker Mike Vrabel was at the heart of the Chiefs' turnaround last season.

Vrabel discusses his decision to retire.

Oakland Raiders

Memories of a last-second Raiders win against the Jets in December of 1970.

Coach Hugh Jackson answers questions about new offensive coordinator Al Saunders, stopping the run and more.

San Diego Chargers

Christopher Smith of Chargers.com writes about quarterback Philip Rivers' legacy.

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