NFL.com's Dan Hanzus on Elvis Dumervil's arrest: "It's a serious situation for Dumervil, who could face up to five years in prison if charged and convicted. For the Broncos, there has to be concern what this means for a defense that relies heavily on the charge Dumervil brings from the edge."
Denver offensive players best be ready to go at Peyton Manning's speed when training camp begins. "We've said it during minicamps, during our [organized team workouts], and the same will be true in training camp: We're going to go at the quarterback's speed," Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said. "And everyone knows our quarterback has played a long time and understands a great deal of things. Everybody is going to have to keep up with him. That's how it has to be."
Kansas City Chiefs
Undrafted linebackers have been known to have success landing a roster spot in Kansas City. Dexter Heyman hopes to add his name to that list.
Speed has never been an issue for defensive back Chandler Fenner.
The team's official site continues its "First Looks" series with a breakdown of the Raiders' Week 10 opponent: the Baltimore Ravens.
San Diego Chargers
Antonio Gates says the tight end position in San Diego is as deep as it's ever been.
Even in retirement, things remain intense for LaDainian Tomlinson.