Gridiron Gab Links – AFC Morning Edition 8/9

After sitting out all last year, Peyton Manning will take the field for the first time against the Bears tonight but according to John Elway, he will play just 1-2 series. –

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with reporters for 11 minutes Wednesday morning before a scheduled event at the Chautauqua Institution, and stated that the NFL is committed to staying in the city of Buffalo. – Buffalo News

Sounds like the HBO cameras caught Dolphins CB Vontae Davis in some not so good spots on Tuesday night, as the CB spoke on camera about admitting how exhausted he was to generally uninterested teammates. It was clear he made a poor impression with the new Dolphins coaching staff. –

Browns running back Trent Richardson is scheduled to have arthroscopic surgery Thursday to remove loose cartilage from his left knee that has been bothering him during training camp. He should be ready for week one vs Philly. – Sports Illustrated

The Chargers signed veteran offensive tackles Anthony Davis and Michael Toudouze to one-year contracts on Wednesday. Davis spent six seasons with the Buccaneers after coming into the league in 2003 as an undrafted rookie. – Sports Network

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