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A large amount of dead money is why the Kansas City Chiefs have a much worse salary cap situation than the Denver Broncos
The San Diego Chargers signed Arena League guard Michael Huey and released guard Jeff Baca and defensive lineman Chas Alecxih.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas says his 'ankle will be fine' and he's now working out after struggling down the stretch of the season.
The Kansas City Chiefs are third in NFL in QB spending, mostly because of the big contract for backup Chase Daniel.
The food safety manager who went public with allegations of unsafe food handling at Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums has been fired.
The Broncos head coach says he won't stray from calling plays that work best with Manning's skills, and Manning will still make audibles, of course.
The Chiefs still need to create some flexibility in order to make roster moves.
The Broncos would like to have Peyton Manning rested and healthy for the playoffs and would also like to see what they have in Brock Osweiler
Marcus Mariota would make a lot of sense for Andy Reid, even if the Chiefs are committed to Alex Smith as their quarterback.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid spent time praising the Oakland Raiders and second-year coach Derek Carr.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid fully expects to expand the role of tight end Travis Kelce and also wouldn't mind if the player expanded his waist.
Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said that the returning players from last yearâ
Branden Oliver led the San Diego Chargers in rushing last season as a rookie.
The Oakland Raiders need more out of their pass rush, and Khalil Mack at DE, where he played some in sub packages in 2014, could be the answer.
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