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Chargers' Denzel Perryman avoids bold talk, lets play do talking - Eric Williams
"During workouts, we’ll talk about that," Perryman said. "I’m just excited. Mebane’s the defensive tackle in front of me, and he tells me all of the time, ‘No friendly fire.’ And I tell him I got rid of that stuff in high school.

Here are players on the spot for all 32 NFL teams when the 2016 season begins - Pete Prisco
The Chargers drafted him the first round in 2015 with the idea he would become their feature back and put up big numbers. As a rookie, it just didn't happen. The line wasn't good, but Gordon gained just 641 yards and had a 3.6 yards-per-rush average. That isn't good enough. He hurt his knee late in the season and had micro-fracture surgery on his left knee in January. When he comes back is up in the air, but when he does he has to be better.

Where the 2022-2027 Super Bowls could be played - Kevin Seifert
This projection makes a big assumption: That San Diego soon will resolve a stadium issue that has percolated for more than a decade. The Chargers have in place a relatively firm deadline, having signed a lease to play in Los Angeles in 2017 if current negotiations fail in San Diego, and that could spur movement this fall. (The agreement can be deferred to 2018 if progress is made without a solution.) The NFL clearly wants the Chargers to stay. Litigation could slow groundbreaking, even if a stadium is approved, so this is probably the earliest the Super Bowl would be awarded.

8 Teams That Could Sign Arian Foster - Dallas Robinson
San Diego had high hopes for its rushing attack after trading up to select Melvin Gordon in the first round of last year’s draft, but offensive line injuries and Gordon’s own poor play led to the Chargers finishing 31st in rushing DVOA. Gordon then had microfracture surgery in January, and while his long-term prognosis is positive, serious knee injuries are always unwelcome news for young running backs. The Chargers have the useful Danny Woodhead, the small-statured Branden Oliver, and the wonderfully-named Dreamius Smith behind Gordon, but there’s certainly room for another back.