D.J. Fluker Feeling Settled at Guard - Ricky Henne
"Things are so much slower now for me," he said. "It’s actually pretty cool. I can read the blitzes easier, and the communication is easier, too. I just see things earlier. Being in year two, everything is so much clearer now. I am reading stances better, reading linebackers and understanding everything clearer in the pre-snap read. Things are a whole lot easier, and that is giving me an advantage to make fewer mistakes."
Keenan Allen, Chargers talking about possible new deal - Conor Orr
Should the Chargers sign Allen in the coming weeks -- there is no indication on exactly how close the deal is, or if it would get done before training camp -- it would mark the second time in as many years that the team struck a deal before the summer break heading into training camp
Five wide receivers who could be 2016 breakouts in fantasy - Brandon Marianne Lee (subscription)
Back from injury, wide receiver Keenan Allen should get the bulk of the Chargers’ wide receiver targets, but Benjamin is the WR2 on a team with a quarterback who has thrown for 4,000 plus yards in seven of his last eight seasons. That bodes well for his chances at fantasy productivity.
Jason Verrett believes Chargers' defense can be dominant in 2016 - Eric Williams
"We feel young," Verrett said. "Everybody’s mentality out there is young, as far as wanting to be a go-getter. So having that mindset out there is matching the intensity.
Chargers get chippy at OTAs; Mike McCoy not impressed - Eric Williams
"We don't coach that," McCoy said. "They're wasting their energy out there if you ask me. But they're competing out there. And they had the weekend off, so they're probably bored a little bit.