SAN DIEGO: Running back Ryan Mathews #24 of the San Diego Chargers celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans at Qualcomm Stadiumin San Diego California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
Pressure point: Chargers - Bill Williamson
Arguably, no one in the AFC West faces more pressure than Turner this season. Every time the Chargers lose a game, Turner will be reminded of his tenuous job security. Every time one of his players makes a mistake, folks will wonder what Turner could have done to prevent it.
Fantasy: Projecting Running Back Yards-Per-Carry and Other Statistics - Jonathan Bales
4. Ryan Mathews: 280 carries for 1,274 yards (4.55)
McClain looks for rebirth in SD - Christopher Smith
"It’s a blessing. Just to hear from him the first day I met with him, him saying, ‘We want to use you more than just that ramming fullback,’ that brought a smile on my face," McClain said. "It felt good to be wanted. Now I have time to map it out a little and find a place to stay around here. I just got in here real smooth this time."
New Chargers stadium? Delay of game! - Matthew T. Hall
Mayor Jerry Sanders still has seven months in office, but he’s only running out the clock on the issue. He talked a good game for two and a half years, but now he’s doing what the last mayor did: making it the next mayor’s problem.
Blogger Blitz: The dotted line - ESPN.com
AFC West blogger Bill Williamson talks about the impact that the new CBA is having on rookie signings.
Managing Expectations of Day 2 Draft Picks - Richard Wade
Don't give up, though, Charger fans. Both day 2 picks have a very good opportunity to contribute this year. In fact, it's likely that they'll contribute, but you should be surprised if they both end up starting or if either of them is an "impact player."
Tommie Harris working to build schools in the Sudan in memory of his late wife - Maggie Hendricks
Harris wants the school to serve girls who have been abused or enslaved by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army. He will name it the Ashley Harris Sunshine School, and he hopes to build many more across the continent.