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Low voltage: How Chargers fans became an endangered species - Jeff Eisenberg
Stories like those help explain why the Chargers are in many ways now a team without a fan base. Not only did they alienate most of their San Diego-area fans by fleeing their home of 56 years, they also moved to an ultra-competitive, notoriously fickle market where it will take time to win new supporters and move up in the sporting pecking order.

Bill Belichick Has a Lot to Say About the Chargers - Ricky Henne
"The team has been in a lot of close games over the last three years. That’s the type of game they seem to love. The Denver game really wasn’t one of those but they’ve been in a lot of them. They’ve played very well in those critical situations. The missed field goals this year cost them a couple wins. Had those kicks been made we'd be looking at their record a little different. They could easily be 6-1. A good football team, playing well right now and a lot of guys we have to get familiar with in all three phases of the game.”

With Dontrelle Inman gone, WR Geremy Davis next man up for Chargers - Eric Williams
Geremy Davis is the guy who’s next in line, absolutely,” Lynn said. “He’s done a great job from Day 1. He was up for a little while, then we put him down. And he deserves to be back up. He can help us on special teams.

Ask LT: Looking Ahead to New England - Hayley Elwood (video)
LT answers fan questions on where the Chargers are headed this season.

Why Gronk is a Fan of Hunter Henry - Ricky Henne
“I’ve always been a big fan of Gates,” Gronkowski admitted. “It’s always cool to be able to play against him. To see what he does, I’ve always watched film on him. I’ve always loved the way he runs his routes. I’ve always been a big fan of him.”

Quick-thinking Adrian Phillips helps Chargers' defenders play faster - Eric Williams
“He’s so solid,” Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley said of Phillips. “He’s a competitor and is so solid in his execution. He’s always in the right position to make plays, and he’s very dependable. His teammates depend on him a lot in some situations just to get them in the right positions.

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