Last season, offensive lineman Ryan Clady turned down a long-term deal with the Broncos. The Denver Post's Jeff Legwold gives you his key as to why Clady and Denver were able to work out a new contract this week.
Of course, having a healthy Clady only helped the situation.
John Elway, who runs the Broncos' football operations as executive vice president, reacts to the suspensions of two team executives after their recent DUI arrests.
Kansas City Chiefs
Reid Ferrin of KCChiefs.com gives you a look at the team's equipment staff and the work they're putting in to get ready for training camp.
Matthew Artz of the Oakland Tribune reports that the Raiders want to build a 50,000-seat stadium in Oakland, but the team might not be able to cover even half the costs.
Raiders.com takes a look at the team's rivalry with the Broncos through the years.
San Diego Chargers
The Chargers added solid veteran depth at running back in the offseason with Ronnie Brown and Danny Woodhead. But Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com writes that Chargers coach Mike McCoy expects Ryan Mathews to be "the guy" at the position.
McCoy was busy earlier this week trying to drum up interest in the team in downtown Los Angeles, the team's secondary market, writes Jill Painter of the Pasadena Star-News.