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Dean Spanos on why San Diego Chargers need new stadium - Dean Spanos (UT$)
If you remember just one point, please remember this: if you are a resident of the city of San Diego, and you don’t ever stay in a hotel room in the city, you will not pay one cent for the development or operation of this facility.

Chargers have contingency plan in place for life without Joey Bosa - Eric Williams
The Chargers initially will rely on depth on the roster, including defensive linemen Darius Philon, Tenny Palepoi and Ryan Carrethers. "We'll go with what we have," Telesco said. "There's not really much you can do about it."

Chargers' Mike McCoy on Joey Bosa stalemate: 'We all want him here' - Eric Williams
"I'm sure he's going crazy back home not being with his teammates," said McCoy after practice Thursday, when asked what his message was to players in regard to the possible distraction of Bosa's contract stalemate. "We all want him here. Once he walks through the door, he's one of us. That's the way we're going to approach it.

Best player from every NFL team over past decade - Sam Monson
Eric Weddle has arguably been the league’s best safety over the past decade. At his best, he was as good as it got, able to marshal the deep middle of the field, play the run, and cover down in the box, and was doing so in a San Diego secondary that often gave him little help. He has averaged 91.9 total tackles over his career, has multiple pressures on the blitz every year, and a strong coverage grade every season.

The Chargers are cheap and manipulative, and Joey Bosa is paying for it - Dieter Kurtenbach
Article 7 of the NFL’s CBA might as well be called the "Chargers’ provision." San Diego was so notorious for penny-pinching with rookie contracts that the team — just as much as the record-setting contracts being handed to No. 1 overall picks — was responsible for the NFL’s rookie pay scale, which went into place with the new CBA. The league had to prevent teams from underpaying — it messed up the market and broke the draft process.