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Chargers RB focused on son, football - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Williams, 24, is involved in a divorce and custody battle that surfaced 18 days following his release from the Giants in early September, he said. His son lives in New Jersey where Williams plans to return during next week’s break. He described himself as being "locked out of my home" and "publicly mischaracterized as an absentee father" during the ongoing dispute.

Five Keys: Chargers vs. Dolphins - Ricky Henne
one-cut runner that has the ability on the second cut to bounce it outside. He really has great vision. He has the ability to bounce it strong (so) you see a back that is not only quick to get to the edge, but if you are in his way, he is powerful (enough) to run you over."

Uni Watch's Friday Flashback: The power of the powder blue - Paul Lukas
The lightning bolts on the Chargers' helmets have always been gold, right? Wrong. The bolts were blue for the team's inaugural season in 1960 (and so were the bolts on the blue jersey that year). After changing to gold in 1961, the helmet bolts were blue again in 1966 (but the bolts on the blue jersey stayed gold that time around).

How to bet NFL Week 10 - NFL Vegas Experts (insider)
There was early sharp support on the Dolphins, as the line dipped to 3.5 at several books, but it has been bet back up to 4. That will probably continue to happen through the weekend.

Joey Bosa faces his father's former team in Dolphins - Eric Williams
"[This game] is going to be really cool, actually," Joey told Miami-area reporters during a conference call this week. "I never was a huge fan of really any team growing up, but if I had to say anybody, it would definitely have to be the Dolphins. We went to games a good amount growing up, so it is going to be interesting playing the team [that] obviously my dad and uncle played for, but also I kind of grew up watching."