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16 Things You Never Knew About Danny Woodhead - Ricky Henne
Get to know the San Diego Chargers even better throughout the 2016 offseason with 16 things you never knew about your favorite players. Next up is running back Danny Woodhead.

Joshua Perry on whirlwind week with Chargers, rooming with Bosa & learning from the vets - Marty Caswell (video)
Chargers rookie LB Joshua Perry on a whirlwind week with the Bolts, rooming with Joey Bosa and learning from Manti Te’o and Denzel Perryman.

Four Downs: AFC West - Andrew Healy
Biggest Post-Draft Weakness: Linebacker Coming into the offseason, the Chargers' defensive line was in the running for the NFL position group most in need of improvement. The Chargers ranked dead last in DVOA against the run and 25th in adjusted sack rate in 2015.

Snap-Weighted Age: 2015 NFL Rosters - Scott Kacsmar
What is the "sweet spot" for your team to rank in SWA? "Beats me" would be the type of brutally honest answer I would have written years ago, but we at least know a few things about age in the NFL. A very high SWA may signal that a team's window is nearly shut, so you'd better get in your last hurrah in while you can.

40 most hated NFL players of all time: loudmouths, cheaters and criminals - Sporting News
Harrison developed a reputation as a dirty player while playing safety for the Chargers and Patriots, and that led to multiple fines that totaled more than $200,000. He was suspended for one game in 2002 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Jerry Rice, and again in 2007 for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.