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Can LT King Dunlap return to form for Chargers? - Eric Williams
“I look at the tape -- and I know he missed some games last year -- but I see a lot of what I saw from him in 2013,” Whisenhunt said at the end of San Diego’s mandatory minicamp. “He’s had a good week of practice, staying low and with good technique and working hard. I see energy from King and staying upbeat, which I like.

Potential Eric Berry absence puts Chiefs defense in even tighter spot - Adam Teicher
If Berry isn't with the Chiefs for their Sept. 11 season-opener against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City could be without three of its top defensive players from last season. Cornerback Sean Smith departed in free agency to the Oakland Raiders and linebacker Justin Houston probably won't be fully recovered after his offseason knee surgery.

Chargers, Citizens initiatives to go before voters on November ballot - City News Service
"There are political issues, there are all kinds of emotional issues with regard to the team and I'm not concerned with those today, although those will certainly play out in the campaign," Councilman Mark Kersey said. "I think the biggest deficiency with this plan as submitted is the lack of attention to the city's infrastructure surrounding the proposed stadium."

Sneaky strength of every NFL offense - Aaron Schatz (insider)
Philip Rivers gained 7.2 yards per pass against blitzes compared to just 6.2 yards per pass otherwise. Sometimes these stats fluctuate from year to year, but Rivers has gained more yards against blitzes in four of the past five years. (In the other year, 2013, he had the exact same average against blitzes that he had against a standard pass rush.)