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Broncos Defensive Backfield Deeper Than Ever? - Mile High Report
Last year's third ranked defense against the pass returns every starter from 2009, and has been characterized by the MSM as "growing long in the tooth".  While this may be true in terms of the Broncos' starting defensive backs getting older, Denver has come well equipped with an infusion of youth in their defensive backfield, investing multiple high draft picks and a couple of lower picks on guys who will help this unit for years to come. 

2010 NFL Draft Reader Poll Results - Football Outsiders
Which Day 3 draft pick (Rounds 4-7) will play the biggest role in 2010?
11.7% Cam Thomas, DT, SD (146)

"Chargers fighting HD" by Bolts Bulletin
May is Huntington's Disease Awareness Month, and the San Diego Chapter of the HD Society of America had a press conference Tuesday at Chargers Park. The team (players, coaches and mostly the Spanos family) has been involved in the Johnstons' passionate fight against HD since Ramona was diagnosed 10 years ago.

Post-draft holes: AFC West - Bill Barnwell - ESPN Insider
Malcom Floyd inherited the starting job after Chris Chambers was released, but Floyd is a complementary target that doesn't have the "possession receiver" skill set the Chargers would love to add to their system. He's basically Vincent Jackson lite. The role would be an ideal spot for 2007 first-round pick Craig Davis to squeeze into, but Davis hasn't developed whatsoever during his first three seasons as a pro, and will likely be competing for a roster spot this summer.