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Chargers seek addition of 'sky judge' official
The Chargers were one of two NFL teams to formally propose the addition of a booth umpire — a so-called "sky judge" — to each officiating crew for the 2020 season.
2020-03-10 23:56:53
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Hunter Henry is the Chargers' top priority by extension or franchise tag
Will Chargers place franchise tag on Hunter Henry so they don't lose tight end via free agency?
2020-03-08 01:59:38
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Chargers sign running back Austin Ekeler to four-year deal
The Chargers and Austin Ekeler on Friday agreed to a four-year contract extension that added another chapter to the running back's once-unlikely story.
2020-03-07 00:59:53
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Chargers trade left tackle Russell Okung to Carolina for Pro Bowl guard
Chargers have agreed to trade Russell Okung, 32, a two-time Pro Bowl tackle, to Carolina for Trai Turner, 26, a Pro Bowl guard the last five seasons.
2020-03-05 02:37:55
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Travis Benjamin not expected to be back with Chargers
The Chargers are not expected to retain veteran wide receiver Travis Benjamin, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
2020-03-03 22:00:36
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Is Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert the right fit for Chargers?
After 235 consecutive starts by Philip Rivers, the Chargers will have a new quarterback under center to start the 2020 season. Will it be Oregon's Justin Herbert?
2020-02-27 02:39:12
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Alabama's Jedrick Wills could be surging toward Chargers
The Chargers are in need of an upgrade on the offensive line, and some recent speculation has connected them to Alabama's Jedrick Wills.
2020-02-26 21:43:12
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Chargers haven't decided on Mike Williams' fifth-year option but 'love what he's doing'
The Chargers have until May 30 to exercise the fifth-year option on receiver Mike Williams' rookie contract, which would pay him close to $14 million in 2021.
2020-02-26 21:07:27
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Chargers constantly are answering questions about Tom Brady
Tom Brady, who has won six Super Bowl rings, will be a free agent and rumors persist about the quarterback signing a contract with the Los Angeles Chargers.
2020-02-26 03:26:11
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Jordan Love could be a fit for the Chargers, but what about all those interceptions?
The Chargers need a quarterback. Utah State's Jordan Love is one of the best in the draft but, like Philip Rivers, he struggled with turnovers.
2020-02-25 19:59:55
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NFL combine could answer some Chargers questions as they revamp roster
After parting ways with Philip Rivers, the NFL combine is significant for the Chargers as they transition their roster at quarterback and offensive line
2020-02-25 01:58:05
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Granderson: With Philip Rivers gone, Anthony Lynn is the face of the Chargers
With the Chargers cutting ties with Philip Rivers, coach Anthony Lynn, whether he likes it or not, has become the face of the franchise.
2020-02-13 06:35:47
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What's ahead for Chargers now that they've parted ways with Philip Rivers?
Philip Rivers and the Chargers have agreed to part ways, meaning the quarterback will enter free agency in March.
2020-02-11 03:18:01
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Philip Rivers isn't ready to call it a career after parting with Chargers
Philip Rivers, a free agent that the Chargers said they would not pursue to re-sign, isn't ready to retire after parting ways with the only team of his 16-year career.
2020-02-11 02:15:17
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Chargers coach Anthony Lynn finalizes his 2020 staff
Fresh off his contract extension, Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn finalized his staff for the 2020 season.
2020-02-04 22:06:10
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Chargers to extend coach Anthony Lynn's contract beyond 2020 season
The Chargers will sign coach Anthony Lynn to an extension beyond the 2020 season, a source with knowledge of the deal confirmed Sunday.
2020-02-02 21:54:58
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Former Chargers and UCLA linebacker Donnie Edwards wins Salute to Service Award
Former Chargers and UCLA linebacker Donnie Edwards was presented with the Salute to Service Award, which is given annual as a joint venture between the NFL and USAA.
2020-01-29 23:17:03
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Chargers assistant defensive backs coach Chris Harris leaves for Redskins
In addition to Chris Harris leaving for the Washington Redskins, Shane Steichen will be given the offensive coordinator and play-calling duties full time.
2020-01-29 00:14:43
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Chargers great Antonio Gates announces his retirement
Chargers tight end Antonio Gates announces his retirement one year and one day after he caught his final NFL pass.
2020-01-14 23:10:22
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Chargers expected to keep replacement Shane Steichen as offensive coordinator
Chargers are expected to keep Shane Steichen as its offensive coordinator. Steichen, 34, took over as offensive coordinator in October after Ken Whisenhunt was fired.
2020-01-07 01:46:11
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Chargers GM says Philip Rivers isn't the only player under scrutiny
General manager Tom Telesco and the Chargers have a big decision to make about free-agent quarterback Philip Rivers, a decision that could affect the team for years.
2020-01-03 02:57:38
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Chargers don't need to get sexy, they need to get better. Here's how they do it
The Chargers need to improve, but moving on from Philip Rivers might not be the answer. Here are four tactics they can deploy to be better in 2020.
2020-01-02 01:47:05
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Philip Rivers is the biggest, but not the only, concern for the Chargers this offseason
The immediate future of the Chargers can be correctly dissected only by first addressing the subject of Philip Rivers, who has started 235 consecutive games.
2020-01-01 23:22:49
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Chargers would be 'weird' without Philip Rivers, but there's no rush to decide future
The Chargers must choose whether to bring back quarterback Philip Rivers next season, but Anthony Lynn is in no rush to make that decision or others.
2019-12-31 03:34:25
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Chargers' Philip Rivers gets emotional, says he'd play for a new team before retiring
Philip Rivers isn't sure what the Chargers' plans might be for him in 2020, but it's clear that the veteran quarterback 'ain't quitting' on his NFL career.
2019-12-30 03:06:45
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Chargers can't hang with Chiefs in season-ending loss, face big offseason questions
The Chargers end the season with another frustrating performance highlighted by L.A. turnovers and the Chiefs' trademark speed in a 31-21 loss.
2019-12-29 23:19:32
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Chargers' Derwin James says he's 'a better player' despite missing 11 games
A foot injury sidelined Chargers safety Derwin James for the first 11 games of the season, but the experience still gave him a chance to improve his game.
2019-12-29 01:39:40
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Chargers center Scott Quessenberry doesn't consider this a lost season
The Chargers, as a group, haven't made positive strides in 2019. But for individuals such as center Scott Quessenberry, there has been progress.
2019-12-28 01:01:35
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Chargers' Joey Bosa, inspired by boy with cancer, has super gift for him
Joey Bosa and the Chargers celebrated Caleb Jones-Moreno's courage and fight against cancer by presenting the 11-year-old with Super Bowl tickets.
2019-12-27 04:30:08
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Good luck getting a family of four into a professional sport for $100 — not in good seats, but any seats
As teams focus on maximizing revenue from the current generation of fans, they risk losing a future generation of fans.
2019-12-26 16:00:52
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