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Instant Analysis: Chargers can’t stop Eagles’ rushing attack in 26-24 loss - Will Hernandez
Rivers got things going early when he connected with wide receiver Tyrell Williams on a 76-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. The 14-year veteran completed 22-of-38 pass attempts for 347 yards and two touchdowns.

In need of a home run threat, Chargers should turn to Austin Ekeler - Eric Williams
“We wanted to get him in the game and see what he could do, and he’s a productive runner,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said about Ekeler. “He was productive all preseason and it didn’t matter what group we put him in with -- he moved the chains.”

AFC Notes: Broncos, Jets, Chargers, Chiefs - Dallas Robinson
Under the terms of his four-year deal with the Chargers, edge rusher Melvin Ingram can collect a $1MM bonus if registers 12.5 sacks or earns a Pro Bowl nod, tweets veteran NFL reporter Adam Caplan. Through four games, Ingram has already posted 5.5 sacks (though he didn’t manage any against the Eagles today), so he should have a good shot at collecting that bonus

Eagles bottle up Melvin Gordon as Chargers remain winless in L.A. - Eric Williams
The Chargers dropped to 0-4 for the first time since the team's 1992 season. The Bolts wound up making the playoffs that year, winning seven straight to finish the season and taking the division at 11-5. But this Chargers team doesn't appear equipped to pull that off again. Per ESPN Stats & Information, out of 157 teams to start the season 0-4 in the Super Bowl era, only those 1992 Chargers made the playoffs.

Report: Tarped-off seats at StubHub Center not related to Chargers ticket sales - Will Reeve Jr
The Los Angeles Chargers didn’t get the housewarming party they hoped for when they relocated from their home of 56 years in San Diego to Carson this offseason. According to ESPN’s Arash Markazi, the tarped-off sections at the StubHub Center on Sunday had nothing to do with ticket sales.

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