Five Lessons from the 2015 Schedule - Ricky Henne
After years of having an early bye, the players universally lauded last year’s Week 10 bye. They said it came at the perfect time to recharge their batteries to get their body and minds right for the second half the season. Luckily, for the second straight year the Chargers have a Week 10 bye. It will allow them to refuel for a tough yet pivotal seven game stretch to end 2015.
Daughter provides motivation for Brandon Flowers - Eric Wiliams
"It makes your outlook on life a little different," Flowers said. "When you were playing before, you were playing for your mom, your dad and yourself. But now I have someone looking at me I have to be a role model for. Even though kids in my community look up to me as a role model, now I have someone in my household, so it changes things as a whole.
Unhappy Weddle skips Chargers' workouts - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"We've come to them numerous times and said we want to be part of the team, we want to retire as a Charger," Weddle said. "We've completely gotten pushed aside."
CFF Overview: LB - Top of the Crop - Thomas Maney
While this year’s class of off-ball linebackers might lack clear Top-10 or high-first-round prospects that you’ll find among the edge rushers or receivers, there are several players who separated themselves from the pack during both grading and re-watching.
CFF Overview: S - Top of the Crop - Rick Drummond
For a safety class that’s long been set aside as ‘weak’ while attention is focused on the positions that’ll produce more first-rounders, there are a number of interesting options that stand out in one facet or another and should generate interest during the draft’s first two days.