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NFL Practice Squad Updates: 11/23/16 - Connor Byrne
Signed: OLB Chris McCain (Twitter link via Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune)

32 PFF rookie stats to know for NFL Week 12 - Nathan Jahnke
Bosa started out at a historic rate, but has since slowed down, with just one hit and four hurries over his last two games. This week he will see a lot of Chris Clark for the Texans. Clark allowed two sacks, one hit, and three hurries on Monday night, in large part thanks to facing Khalil Mack. If Bosa wants a chance at Defensive Rookie of the Year despite missing some games, he will need to have big games in good matchups like this one.

Top 25 NFL cornerbacks this season - Sam Monson
Casey Hayward finally got the chance to prove there is more to his game than just playing the slot. For San Diego this season, he has had the chance to play outside, quickly becoming the team’s No. 1 cornerback after Jason Verrett went down injured. Hayward has surrendered just one touchdown all season, intercepted five passes, and allowed a passer rating into his coverage of just 55.5 on 63 targets.

Chargers face familiar foe in Texans QB Brock Osweiler - Eric Williams
Though Osweiler has struggled this season, he showed some improvement on Monday night against the Raiders, when he threw for 200 yards for the first time since Oct. 16. Despite the improvement, he still ranks last in NFL in yards per attempt. The Chargers are 26th in NFL against the pass, so Osweiler and head coach Bill O'Brien will hope for more success at home, where the Texans have yet to lose this season.

Best bets on every Week 12 NFL game - NFL Vegas Experts (insider)
Wiseguys' view: Early sharps also jumped on San Diego, betting it from a short road underdog to a short road favorite. The action is more split now.

Chargers get the 'Hit Man' back in safety Jahleel Addae - Eric Williams
"It's been hard, man," Addae said. "But I kept my faith in the man upstairs. Everything happens for a reason. It's exciting to see how well we jelled as a defense. "It was a blessing in disguise because I got to sit back and see the defense from a different perspective, as bad as I wanted to be out there."