SAN DIEGO, CA: Jonas Mouton #57 of the San Diego Chargers looks on from the bench against the Seattle Seahawks during their NFL preseason game at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
Hall of Fame career or Super Bowl ring? Tomlinson prefers the Hall, as he should - MJD
It's not the safe and easy answer, but it's the right one. The important part here is the precise phrasing of the question. He's not asking if Tomlinson would trade a Hall of Fame bust for a ring right now. That question might have a different answer.
Mailbag: Is Mike Mitchell a bust? - Bill Williamson
Jonas Moutonis a player the Chargers are excited about. I think he may be first looked at as a special teamer. The second-round pick last year missed a lot of time, so he is still learning. The future might be bright, but he is still a work in progress.
Cognitive issues plague former Chargers player Hendrickson - Howard Yune
This is Steve Hendrickson: A battered body with an increasingly broken-down mind, his short-term memory disappearing. A father of two unable to work for the last six years, divorced for the past year. And a man who fears the sport into which he poured his heart may be shortening his life and dimming his memory.
AFC West notes - Bill Williamson
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has let NFL teams know that the league is making process toward going to back Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Times. The Chargers and the Raiders are among the potential candidates to relocate to Los Angeles
Stadium Thoughts and Musings: The Rules of the Game - Jeff (sliderockmpc)
As for the NFL, I'm wondering if the impetus of this memo is resolved issues between the NFL and Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG). There has been tension between the NFL and AEG over the proposed Farmers Field, with the NFL viewing AEG's demands of any tenant to be unreasonable.
Warning - Randall Munroe
Also possibly several miles beyond that.
If there had been a playoff - Brian Fremeau (ESPN Insider)
Why the SEC wouldn't have won six in a row and the best teams left out