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AFC West Q&A: Who is the best newcomer to this division? - ESPN.com
Outside linebacker Bruce Irvin, left tackle Russell Okung and nose tackle Brandon Mebane all won a Super Bowl with Seattle but will now play for the Raiders, Broncos and Chargers, respectively. While Okung is part of a Super Bowl-winning offense breaking in a new quarterback and Mebane is part of a last-place team's rebuilding effort, Irvin is joining a team on the rise to play opposite Khalil Mack, an All-Pro at two positions.

Day in the Life: Charger Girl Lauryn - Chargers.com (video)
Spend the day off the field with Charger Girl Lauryn as she teaches aspiring dancers.

Chargers training camp preview: DL - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
The most-experienced returning starter, Liuget, 26, is entering the first year of a five-year extension that guaranteed him $30.5 million. He played through a knee ailment last season before having surgery in December.

16 Things You Never Knew About Jerry Attaochu - 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 outside linebacker Jerry Attaochu.

An In-Depth Look at Brandon Mebane - Chargers.com
A Los Angeles native, Mebane returns to Southern California after spending his first nine NFL seasons in Seattle where he played in 142 games with 134 starts, including 11 postseason games and nine starts. His career totals (postseason included) are 386 tackles, 15.5 sacks and a pair of forced fumbles. He was named All-Pro by Sports Illustrated in 2013.

What game do you have circled on Chargers schedule? - Chargers.com (video)
The "NFL HQ" crew discusses which Chargers game is the most anticipated in 2016.