Hansen Hype: Must-Read AFC West Links, July 16 Edition

Christopher Hansen@ChrisHansenNFLNFL AnalystJuly 16, 2012

DENVER, CO - NOVEMBER 17:  Defensive lineman Elvis Dumervil #92 of the Denver Broncos fights against the block of offensive tackle Wayne Hunter #78 of the New York Jets at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 17, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Jets 17-13.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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NFL.com has a feature on the NFL's migration to using iPad's for playbooks and game film. The Broncos are the only team in the AFC West currently making widespread use of the tablets for game film and playbooks. 

 

Denver

The Denver Post has the details of Elvis Dumervil's arrest over the weekend. They also have the police report

Buried underneath the Dumervil news is Jeff Legwold's piece for the Denver Post about how the players will have to keep up with Manning's speed during training camp.

 

Kansas City

History favors undrafted rookie linebackers like Dexter Heyman, according to KCChiefs.com.

 

Oakland

Tyvon Branch agreed to the terms of his new contract over Skype, per a tweet from his agent.

From Friday, my reasons why it was so important to sign Branch to a long-term deal.

 

San Diego

Antonio Gates said he thinks all of the tight ends on San Diego's roster will be playing professional football in 2012, even if it's not with the Chargers.

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