'Top 100 Players of 2016': No. 46 Philip Rivers - NFL.com (video)
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is voted the 46th-best player in the NFL by his peers on "Top 100 Players of 2016."
Ranking NFL's most underpaid veterans - Nathan Jahnke (insider)
Shortly following the NFL draft, the Bears released Slauson because they wanted to go with other linemen they added in free agency and the draft. Since the move was unexpected and Slauson is on the wrong side of 30, the Chargers upgraded their center position at a bargain. Slauson has split time in his career at guard and center and has allowed only six sacks over the past four years. In all seven years of his career, he has earned an above-average PFF Rating in run blocking. While Slauson might not be a top-five center in the NFL, he deserves to get paid like an above-average starting lineman, and yet there are plenty of backup offensive linemen who will be making more than Slauson this year.
Safety Dwight Lowery brings experience, versatility to Chargers - Eric Williams
"He’s kind of that silent assassin," Te’o said. "He really doesn’t say much, but he plays the game the way it should be played. He’s a veteran and it’s definitely good to have him."
City Attorney finalists: Bolts need 2/3 vote - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Top two vote-getters Hickey and Elliott agree that Chargers convadium would need two-third voter approval and that the Citizens' Plan has legal issues
Stadium proponents can stop focusing on Faulconer - Kevin Acee (UT$)
See, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer won reelection Tuesday night with 58.2 percent of the vote. In a three-person race, that’s more than a mandate. It’s a rout. The result wasn’t shocking. The worst Faulconer was going to do was miss outright victory by a smidge and have to vie again in a November runoff.