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Pictured: Philip Rivers trying so damn hard it actually makes him less effective.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Pictured: Philip Rivers trying so damn hard it actually makes him less effective. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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Gates to try more rest on ailing foot - Scott Bair
"This is the only solution I haven't tried yet," Gates said Wednesday. "I've done whatever it is you can imagine to help this problem. At this point, rest is the only thing that's left to try and get this thing healed."

Philip Rivers pressing too much - Kevin Acee
There is little concern among the Chargers that Philip Rivers will eventually be himself and stop pressing, but they'd like that to start sooner than later.

Updated look at Chargers roster (post-Kansas City) - Kevin Acee
Kevin Acee takes a look at every position on the Chargers roster

Chargers aren't looking like an elite team - Arash Markazi
When you're as talented as the Chargers and beginning a season with Super Bowl aspirations, a couple of nail-biting wins at home against the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs -- two of only five teams in the league still winless after three weeks -- isn't going to cut it.

Dolphins-Chargers Preview - CBS Sports
Philip Rivers knows he'll have to improve if the San Diego Chargers are going to make a run at the AFC West title, but he likes where his team stands after three weeks.

Antonio Gates sits out practice - ESPN.com
Meanwhile, star tight end Antonio Gates said prolonged rest appears to be the only way to allow the painful plantar fasciitis in his right foot to heal.