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Anti-NFL billboard to appear for next 3 weeks near StubHub Center - ESPN.com
He told KSWB-TV in San Diego that the owner of the billboard has assured him that he will not allow the NFL to block the messages. The billboard is located at the intersection of Main Street and Interstate 405, approximately a mile and a half from the stadium.

Chargers WR Keenan Allen makes it through 2017 debut healthy - Eric Williams
“I got in the end zone, and it was a great play, a great ball by Phil,” Allen said. “I thought it was a ticky-tack flag. He called some crazy stuff. But yeah, it was fun to get back into the end zone, and hopefully I can keep doing it.”

Chargers say late-game loss not a reminder of 2016: 'We were terrible' - Eric Williams
"I thought you saw how nobody panicked, and that usually filters down from the head coach," Rivers said. "It was 24-7 and nobody panicked. And then you look up and it's 24-21 and we're getting ready to kick a 44-yard field goal to tie it up.

Winners and losers from Chargers 24-21 loss vs. Broncos - Will Hernandez
Unlike the offense, defensive end Joey Bosa and outside linebacker Melvin Ingram were rolling since the opening kickoff. The pair of elite pass rushers made it clear on Monday night that the Bolts might have one of the most dynamic duos in the league at getting after the quarterback.

3 takeaways from Chargers’ 24-21 loss vs. Broncos - Will Hernandez
Both defensive end Joey Bosa and outside linebacker Melvin Ingram combined for three sacks on Monday night and consistently kept breathing down quarterback Trevor Siemian’s neck.

Chargers Restructure Philip Rivers' Contract - Sam Robinson
Los Angeles’ decision will add $1MM to each of Rivers’ ensuing two cap figures, which reside at $22MM and $23MM, respectively. Rivers’ four-year, $83.25MM contract runs through the 2019 season. The 14th-year quarterback is attached to an $18MM cap figure this season; that figure remains the highest on the Bolts by a healthy margin.

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