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AFC West Notes: Broncos, Chargers, Raiders - Dallas Robinson
Bradley’s deal is set to expire, however, so nothing is certain at the moment. “We’d like to keep this together if we can,” Lynn said Monday. “I know some guys, the contracts are up. We’re working on that right now. We’re trying to keep this staff together, this nucleus together, because I think we got better as a coaching staff as the season went on.” Los Angeles ranked ninth in defensive DVOA in 2017, Bradley’s first year at the helm.

NFL Reserve/Futures Contracts: 1/2/18 - Dallas Robinson
Los Angeles Chargers

  • TE Bradeon Bowman
  • G Brett Boyko
  • DB A.J. Hendy
  • LB James Onwualu
  • WR Andre Patton
  • DB Jeff Richards
  • DE Whitney Richardson
  • WR Artavis Scott
  • C Cole Toner

2017 PFF NFL All-Pro Team - Sam Monson
Los Angeles Chargers CB Casey Hayward continues to excel and only push his own ceiling higher over the years. He was signed as merely an addition to a secondary looking to add talent, but the constant injuries to Jason Verrett means Hayward has been the team’s No. 1 cornerback for much of his time with the Chargers. His performance this season against a who’s who of receiving weaponry has been remarkable, and he has been one of the true shutdown forces in the game.

Chargers should keep Tre Boston, Antonio Gates around in free agency - Eric Williams
“It’s everything that I could have prayed for to come in and perform the way I did on a one-year contract and just setting myself up for success in the next deal,” Boston said. “I won’t do it again, but I thank God for allowing me to play my heart out.”

A look at the Inglewood stadium that's the future home of Rams and Chargers - ESPN.co
The 70,000-seat, open-air facility that will be shared by the Rams and the Chargers in Inglewood is the centerpiece of a $2.6 billion, 298-acre development that will be 3½ times the size of Disneyland.

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