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Chargers consider Melvin Gordon at kick returner - Eric Williams
"We’ll see how it goes," Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said. "I think that’s something we’re going to discuss over time. I’m not going to say definitely no or definitely yes yet. We’ll see. That’s going to be a battle back there."

Chargers TE Hunter Henry not just a pass-catcher, he can also block - Eric Williams
"If they can't key on you run or pass, it's really hard for the defense to cover you, especially when they think it's a run then you bust out and you're passing," Henry said. "Once you get a step on them, you can run past them."

Pick Alshon Jeffery over Keenan Allen in fantasy - Michael Tagliere (subscription)
Typically the receiver with the better quarterback will be the more consistent fantasy option, but that’s not the case with Jeffery and Allen. We saw a glimpse of what volume can mean for Allen, but he is facing a likely decrease in volume in 2016, due to the way Whisenhunt runs his offense and uses him downfield.

Best and Worst Contracts 2016: San Diego Chargers - Jason Fitzgerald
The Chargers have a number of bad ones on this team. They seem to be an organization that too often falls in love with the reclamation project who has seemingly redeemed himself or the possible one year wonder and then hand the player a contract that they regret a year later. Dunlap is the player that stands out the most as one of these head scratchers where a team seems to disregard the big picture for the hope of a few shining moments.