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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Does It Make Sense for the Chargers to Stay in San Diego?

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PREDICTION: Chargers Will Stay in San Diego - Derek Togerson
That geographic setup would give the National Football League a brand new market to work with as well as add L.A. and San Diego as Super Bowl cities because those markets will finally have Super Bowl-caliber facilities to match the Super Bowl-caliber weather.

San Diego Chargers: Top 5 individual performances of 2016 - Travis Wakeman
Tyrell Williams and Dontrelle Inman played well in the absence of Keenan Allen and Stevie Johnson who were both basically out for the entire season. Joey Bosa was excellent once he finally got on the field and even a guy like Korey Toomer showed that he has a place on the team in the future.

Examining the decision facing the Chargers: Stay in San Diego, or move to L.A.? - Sam Farmer & Nathan Fenno
Public funding would require a vote during the next election in November 2018, meaning the Chargers would be a lame duck in the city for two more seasons. The uncertainty already hurt attendance this season — the team averaged 57,024 fans a game, second-worst in the NFL — not to mention having a negative impact on advertising and sponsorships. If a second vote failed, the Chargers wouldn’t have a new stadium — or the L.A. option.

Hunter Henry Ends Rookie Season Among NFL Leaders - Hayley Elwood
“There were a lot of ups and downs, like a rollercoaster ride,” Henry said.  “There was a lot of learning, but I’m looking forward to taking everything this year and the experience that I got and really attacking the offseason trying to get better.”

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