AFC West Rumors: Miller, Chargers, Raiders - Sam Robinson
Loosely connected to Las Vegas in light of a California State Supreme Court decision last week weakening their downtown San Diego stadium measure’s chances of passing, the Chargers are not believed to be an option for Vegas at this time, Vincent Bonsignore of the Los Angeles Daily News tweets. The Bolts’ choices look like a murky San Diego future or sharing a stadium with the Rams in Los Angeles if those talks fall through.
Cole’s Latest: Bolts, Von, Supplemental Draft - Sam Robinson
The Chargers do not believe their downtown San Diego stadium measure can pass at a 66.6% requirement and do not want to continue playing at the Mission Valley site that’s been their home since initially moving from Los Angeles in 1961. They reached a deal in principle to join the Rams in Inglewood but used that as leverage against San Diego earlier this year. Those prospects are fleeting right now, however, bringing the dormant Chargers-to-L.A. talk back to the forefront.
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AFC West Q&A: Is Derek Carr the most exciting quarterback in the division? - Paul Gutierrez
I’ll stick with Rivers. He led the league last season in pass attempts and pass completions and was second in yards. He's aging, but he still has it. Carr’s time is coming, though. When Rivers retires or loses it, Carr will assume the title.