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Will state Supreme Court decide Chargers stadium plan? - Dan McSwain (UT$)
The Chargers would contribute $650 million for the stadium portion of the project, using $300 million from the NFL and $350 million from the team, licensing payments, sales of "stadium-builder" ticket options to fans, and other private sources.

Chargers' Maas on downtown parking plan - Rachel Crader (UT$)
Chargers special advisor Fred Maas, who was on a panel at Friday's Spirit of Barrio luncheon, was questioned about a plan for parking downtown if the Chargers gain approval to build a stadium there. Here's what he said.

Chargers training camp preview: Safeties - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Nineteen-game starter Addae, 26, is back for his fourth season since arriving as an undrafted free agent (Central Michigan). When Mike McCoy was a rookie head coach, he lauded Addae, then also a rookie, for his energetic style and described him as a potential core player. Enthusiastic about meshing with his teammates, Addae has a knack for smashing into ball-carriers but has exited several games due to injury and seeks his first career interception.

Chargers training camp preview: CBs - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco signed Casey Hayward, a 20-game starter for the Green Bay Packers the last four years, to a three-year pact worth $15.3 million and $6.8 million guaranteed. Hayward, who will be 27 in September, is comfortable at all cornerback spots.