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The NFL's 100 most important people - USA TODAY Sports
President and CEO of the San Diego Chargers. Spurned by fellow owners in his attempt to move the team to the Los Angeles area, he is now hoping San Diego voters approve a new stadium initiative in November. Spanos still currently has the option to move the Chargers to L.A. next year.

Mailbag: Which is Your Favorite Chargers Jersey? - Ricky Henne
Between Keenan Allen’s contract extension, Travis Benjamin’s addition and Tyrell Williams’ big offseason, Johnson did fly under the radar.  But you shouldn’t take a lack of pub as an indictment on Stevie’s role.  The veteran wide receiver will again be counted upon to be a vital cog in the team’s deep wide receiver arsenal, and he is one of the most creative and slippery wideouts in the league off the line of scrimmage.  He started last season off with a bang, developing a quick rapport with Philip Rivers before two separate injuries hindered him the rest of the year.  If you are coming out to training camp, watch the way number 11 tirelessly works.

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An In-Depth Look at Jason Verrett -
Verrett ultimately settled down and improved each week. Six games into the season, coaches moved him into the starting lineup and the results were dramatic. Over the Horned Frogs’ first six games, the defense was surrendering 267.7 passing yards and 410.0 total yards per game, but then over the last seven games with Verrett in the starting 11, the defense improved significantly, yielding just 194.7 passing yards and 310.0 total yards per game. By the end of the year, Verrett had shown enough to earn honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference honors.