NFL juggles TV lineup so Rams and Chargers won’t clash in L.A. - Sam Farmer
The Rams and Chargers will play on the same network the next two weeks. Sunday, it’s CBS, with Chargers at Jacksonville in the morning, and Houston at Rams in the afternoon. Fox will have both games the following Sunday, with Rams at Minnesota in the morning, and Buffalo at Chargers in the afternoon.
Anthony Lynn says Chargers still in AFC West division hunt - Eric Williams
“I like our chances,” Lynn said. “I’d like to be in a better position, but everything’s still in front of us. The whole division is still in front of us. We’re not out of this yet. Our guys understand that. The urgency that we have to have this second half, I think everyone’s on the same page.”
Favorable second-half schedule has Chargers' hopes up for a run at playoffs - Eric Williams
The Chargers still have faint hopes of reaching the postseason, as they face a more favorable schedule in the final eight games. The combined record of Chargers opponents in the first half of the season was 32-27, while the combined record of opponents in the second half is 33-34.
Chargers' Denzel Perryman Expected To Return This Week - Ben Levine
The linebacker will surely be a welcome addition to the Chargers defense, as the former second-rounder has been one of the organization’s most productive players over the past two years. In 2016, Perryman finished with 72 tackles, a pair of sacks, and two passes defended in 12 games (11 starts), earning him a spot among the top-50 linebackers according to Pro Football Focus.
Damion Square: Jaguars Look 'Strong and Confident' - Chargers.com (video)
Chargers defensive lineman talks with Hayley Elwood about the bye week and the Jaguars.
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