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Chargers Enemy Intel: 5 questions with Giants Wire - Will Hernandez
It was another tough loss, but there is some solace in the fact that the offensive line looked better. Don’t get me wrong, they are still struggling, but they did show improvement in pass blocking. Against the Chargers’ solid pass rush, this weekend should be a good test.

What's in a jersey name? For more and more NFL players, it's Sr., Jr., III, IV, V - Michael Rothstein
"I don't know," Tate said. "Maybe so the world can know that they are not the first Golden Tate, there's the second, third, fourth, fifth. It's just another way. Ask someone else that."

Poll: Best AFC Free Agent Addition? - Dallas Robinson
Okung’s four-year contract — which made him the NFL’s highest-paid offensive lineman — looked like an overpay from the minute it was signed, but there’s no arguing that Okung has played well since leaving the division rival Broncos for the Chargers. Los Angeles’ offensive line still isn’t good, but that’s not the fault of Okung. The Chargers average 6.03 yards when running around the left end (per Football Outsiders), a figure that ranks fifth in the league.

Chargers announce new business partners through 2019 season - Will Hernandez
One of the new commodities the Bolts will add as a result of the new partnership is the San Manuel Club. The club will be at the StubHub Center, where fans can enjoy price-friendly concession stands, meet and greet with former players while watching other NFL games going on.

Casey Hayward, Chargers gear up for Odell Beckham Jr. - Eric Williams
“You look forward to each and every week. It just so happens to be one of the top receivers in the game this week. So it’s a little different than matching up with some of the other guys because he does a lot of things that big receivers do, and he does a lot of things that small receivers do. He’s so quick and fast, and he makes people miss tackles. So we have to come with a right game plan, be ready to tackle him and be ready to compete.”

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