Put Allen in Rookie of Year debate - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
Here's why Allen, just 21 years old, belongs in the conversation for Rookie of the Year award: He's a reliable playmaker who is San Diego's No. 1 wide receiver. After the catch, he's eluding defenders, yet not trying to do too much. Returning punts, he's fearless.
Chargers' King Dunlap still on the mend - Eric Williams
"I ran with Coach Kent [Johnston] today," Dunlap said. "I just go in there and work out with him by myself, which is pretty rough when you’re the only one. But I just get in there and get with him every day, and that’s what kind of keeps me going."
Chargers look to avoid first blackout - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
The team announced Monday that it has about 6,100 general tickets unsold for Sunday's game against the Bengals. San Diego will play in its powder blue jerseys, as it honors the 1963 AFL Championship team with a halftime induction ceremony into the Chargers Ring of Honor.
Unheralded WR Seyi Ajirotutu: 'I can play' - Eric Williams
"I feel like I can play," he said. "I feel like I can stretch it. I feel like I can do whatever they ask me to do. I can play." Ajirotutu signed with the Chargers during training camp, the 26-year-old hasn’t received much of an opportunity to prove he can be an impact player on the field.
D.J. Fluker Live Chat - Chargers.com
I get it from listening to music. I'm an adrenaline person. I get off that adrenaline high and feeding off loud music. I like to listen to Smooth Criminal and a lot of Rick Ross.