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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Gordon Thinks San Diego Fans Will Come Back

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Matt Slauson says some Chargers have 'false enthusiasm' on L.A. move - Eric Williams
"As players, we’re kind of caught between a rock and a hard place," Slauson said. "Of course, we aren’t looking forward to the move. But we also kind of have to be. We have to be looking forward to it because if we’re going up there with the wrong attitude, we don’t have a shot.

Melvin Gordon says San Diego fans will embrace Chargers again - Eric Williams
"I don't think we're going to lose everyone in San Diego," Gordon told ESPN Friday. "I really don't think of it like that. I just think of it as we're on a break -- like a relationship. You know? But she'll be back and we will be back. We will be back together. That's how I look at it."

Goodell "Disappointed" In Chargers' Move - Connor Byrne
"We’ve seen the changes in the culture around the country in gambling. We’re obviously very sensitive to that, but we’re also going to evaluate the Raiders case on the relocation application in what’s in the overall best interests of the league. But one thing we can’t ever do is compromise on the game. That’s one of the things we’ll do is to make sure the policies we’ve created, if we did in any way approve the Raiders, I don’t see us compromising on any of the policies."

Extra Points: Chiefs, Lynn, Draft, Crawford - Sam Robinson
Although, after the Chargers became interested, Lynn said he quickly pivoted to their situation. "They have a quarterback; they have key players at every position, at skill positions, and a young, talented defense, I thought that right there was a great opportunity," he said. "And that’s where I put all my focus, was in that job after the season was over, and thank God it came through."

Top 3 Offseason Needs: Los Angeles Chargers - Dallas Robinson
In advance of March 9, the start of free agency in the NFL, Pro Football Rumors will detail each team’s three most glaring roster issues. We’ll continue this year’s series with the Los Angeles Chargers, who posted a 5-11 record in 2016 and have since hired a new head coach and relocated north up the I-5.