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California Supreme Court asked to rule on voting for Chargers' stadium - Eric Williams
San Diego city attorney asks court to rule whether Chargers need two-thirds or simple majority on ballot initiative for stadium.

Ranking NFL top 25 projected free agents 2017 - John Clayton (insider)
Ingram finally played his first full season as a starter and put up 10.5 sacks. The Chargers, starved for talent on both sides of the ball, can't afford to lose him.

Chargers' Steve Williams out to prove 3-turnover performance no fluke - Eric Williams
In the Chargers' finale last season against the Broncos, Steve Williams forced three turnovers. But he still needs to work to make the team in 2016.

2016 season preview: San Diego Chargers - Thomas Maney
While the 34-year old Philip Rivers produced a positive passing grade in 2015, it was the lowest of his career and the second straight year he’s seen a decline. It’s worth noting that his top receiver (Keenan Allen) managed just 552 snaps and he was playing behind the NFL’s lowest-graded offensive line, although Rivers actually graded better under pressure than when passing from a clean pocket, which is concerning.