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Ex-Chargers DC John Pagano offers new perspective for Raiders - Eric Williams
“I think the big thing in just talking to Jack [Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio] is I’m another set of eyes and a different perspective,” Pagano told Xtra 1360 Fox Sports Radio. “To be able to help with those types of things -- to be able to help the guys on the defensive staff implement that plan we’re putting in place -- you also learn new things.

Los Angeles Chargers edge rusher Melvin Ingram is 'still doing his negotiating thing' - Dan Woike
“Doing his negotiating thing” qualifies as an update on Ingram’s status, considering the prevailing silence since the Chargers placed the franchise tag on their edge rusher. “No update” has been the standard response to any questions about Ingram’s absence.

Chargers OTA Report: WR depth, projected o-line starters and more - Josh Criswell (audio)
Chargers Insider Dan Woike joined Petros and Money on Monday to provide an update on the team from OTAs. Woike discusses the Chargers' wide receiver depth, projected starters on the offensive line and the impact George Stewart can make as Special Teams Coordinator.

How to handle Super Bowl in Los Angeles could be among topics at NFL meetings - Sam Farmer
Whereas there is unlikely to be movement on the Los Angeles front at the one-day meeting, league owners almost certainly will ratify the conditional lease agreement between the Raiders and the Las Vegas Stadium Authority. That would clear the way for the Raiders to begin construction this summer on their $1.9-billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium, which is scheduled to open in 2020.

Chargers’ Rayshawn Jenkins brings the ‘skills,’ to ‘help us compete for a Super Bowl’ - Ryan Lipton
Jenkins went on to clarify on the aforementioned skills he was alluding to, saying he enjoys that he will get to play in the box allowing him “to play hands-on with the big guys.” Not one to sell himself short, Jenkins went on to say “I can run too, so if he [Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley] needs me in coverage, then I’m there.”

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