2014 Fantasy Draft Values: San Diego Chargers - Gary Althiser
Whether the Chargers cut Gates or not, he looks to have the potential to take over the role occupied by Gates for the better part of a decade. If so, the 6’6, 240 pounder has the size, speed, quarterback, and coaching staff to take him to the next level. That’s also not mentioning that he plays at the most shallow position in all of fantasy football. He’s worth a look during your 2014 draft.
Keenan Allen is Pepsi NEXT Rookie of Year - Ricky Henne
Anyone who watched the wide receiver in action during his rookie season saw the obvious – that Allen was a special talent. Fittingly, at the NFL Awards Show Saturday night, Keenan Allen took home an award that he richly deserved when he was named the Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year.
Top Three Takeaways from Goodell's Address - Ricky Henne
"We think we can make the league more competitive. We can make the matchups more competitive towards the end of the season. There will be more excitement and more memorable moments for our fans. That's something that attracts us and we think we can do it properly from a competitive standpoint."
Chargers boss talks L.A., Super Bowls - Kevin Acee (paywall)
The future of Super Bowls was among the matters possibly affecting San Diego that were at the forefront of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s annual state of the league press conference here Friday — the other being a purchase of land in Los Angeles by the owner of the St. Louis Rams.
Weather - Randall Munroe (non-football)
I know, right? The whole jet stream layer is nuts!