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Latest On San Diego's Push To Keep Chargers - Sam Robinson
While San Diego’s now seen as the underdog here despite the Bolts’ roots being there and questions about where they would fall in the Los Angeles sports hierarchy, sources familiar with NFL relocations tell Acee a solution still exists to keep the Chargers where they are — in the nearby suburb of Mission Valley. The Chargers went around the city’s wishes for their new stadium to be located near their current venue in Mission Valley when they went all in on the downtown venture, and Spanos has long said the Mission Valley site is not a workable solution. But some around the league wish the Chargers president would compromise on this issue to help this last-ditch effort by the city.

Chargers planning to begin coaching search soon with Los Angeles looming - Jason La Canfora
In the past, the team has been criticized for not spending big on its coaching staff, but with that move to L.A. imminent, the Chargers are willing to explore all options, including evaluating experienced winning former coaches.

SD-CLE Grades: Browns Hold Off Chargers for First WIn - Taylor Wright
Chargers tight end Antonio Gates grabbed 9 receptions on 13 targets (no drops) for 105 yards with 6 of those receptions and 85 yards coming out of the slot. Travis Benjamin had a big day, with 5 receptions on 6 targets for 131 yards and a touchdown. WR Tyrell Williams also found some success with 8 receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown on 16 targets. Rivers and his receivers had success at times but failed to consistently produce the plays necessary to win the game.

Projected 2017 NFL draft order: Browns clinging to top - Kevin Seifert
The Chargers will wrap up their season -- and perhaps their time in San Diego -- by hosting a Chiefs team that will have plenty to play for in Week 17. FPI is giving the Chargers a 44.9 chance to win and finish with six victories, but in either event, they'll finish in last place in the AFC West in consecutive years for the first time since the NFL's 2002 realignment. Win or lose Sunday, FPI gives them a 100 percent chance of drafting in the top 10, given the tiebreaker situation.