Report: Ray Rice video addressed to NFL security chief - Associated Press
It remains unclear what happened to the video once it arrived at league offices. There are two NFL executives named Jeffrey Miller, but the law enforcement official didn't know that, and intended it to go to the chief of security. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the other Jeffrey Miller — who is involved in lobbying for the league — did not report receiving the video.
Rivers still accurate and efficient in 2014 - Eric Williams
Rivers has had great protection up front, only having been sacked twice. And he’s done a nice job of taking care of the football, with one interception and no fumbles through two games.
Watching Tape With ... the Chargers' Dwight Freeney - Peter King
He says, "Okay, so you see here that what’s different now a little bit for me is I’m on the left here on this play, and in a minute I’ll be on the right. So it take a little more preparation. Let me give you an idea of some of the things I’m looking for here. When I get my hand on the ground, the first thing I’m thinking is, Okay, what formation are they in? Because every team has formation tendencies
NFL Week 4 Elo Ratings And Playoff Odds - Neil Paine
San Diego shouldn’t be forgotten in the Super Bowl derby. Although the Seahawks are the clear favorites, with a 14 percent chance of winning it all, the Chargers are at the periphery of the next tier of contenders