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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Are Chargers a Team Without Fans?

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Chargers Injury Report: OT Barksdale, RB Oliver, LB Brown DNP Wednesday - Will Reeve Jr
First-round selection, wide receiver Mike Williams, continues to work his way back from an offseason herniated disc in his back that kept him out of all of training camp, preseason and each preseason game to date.

Vikings Work Out RB Stevan Ridley - Dallas Robinson
Pope, 23, went undrafted out of Jacksonville State in 2016 and has since spent his NFL career with the Jets and Seahawks. In four career games, Pope has managed 12 carries for 44 yards and one reception for five yards. This year, Pope was part of the Colts’ offseason roster and also saw a few days of action on the club’s practice squad. The Vikings aren’t the only team interested in Pope, as he also has a workout scheduled with the Chargers, tweets Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

The NFL’s Chargers Experiment: Can a Team Survive Without Fans? - Rodger Sherman
But things got worse. It might have been tough to distinguish whether more fans at the StubHub Center were wearing Chargers blue or Dolphins teal on September 17, but there was no mistaking the sea of red when the Chiefs came through the following Sunday.

Los Angeles Chargers Asked Colin Cowherd To Be Nicer To Them - Ryan Phillips
Meanwhile, San Diego was willing to negotiate to build Spanos a new city but he refused to come to the table. Instead, he only offered to put in $300 million of his own money towards a new facility, while he was willing to spend $650 million just to relocate. If he put that $650 million into a stadium in San Diego it would have gotten built. That fact should be pointed out every time someone discusses the move.

Los Angeles Chargers: How much blame should go to Spanos? - Mike Murray
In contrast to the Spanos ownership period, in the 15 years in the NFL prior to Spanos being a majority owner, the Chargers won three AFC West Championships, made four playoff appearances and had a 3-4 playoff record.

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