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5 Chargers team records that could fall in 2018 - Attila LS Gero
There are two amazing facts about former Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts’ single-season record of 4,802 passing yards. The first is that he has accomplished this feat in 1981 when the NFL had minimal pass interference rules and general passing schemes were just budding into fruition.

Chris Landrum Fulfills Goal of Completing Master's Degree - Hayley Elwood
“When I got injured last year and went back home, my wife convinced me to go back to school,” Landrum said. “I figured I had time, so I might as well do it and have it lead into the offseason so I could finish it.”

West Rumors: Gates, Cardinals, Chiefs - Sam Robinson
“I believe the only place Antonio wants to play is the Chargers,” said Tomlinson, who serves as a special assistant to the Chargers’ front office, on SiriusXM NFL Radio (via “I think he has the mind frame of, ‘If I go play, it’s gonna be for the Chargers. If it’s not the Chargers, then I’m good; I won’t play.”

Top NFL WRs on slant routes - Mark Chichester
The combination of Allen’s size, speed and athleticism makes him a nightmare to defend on slant routes, and that certainly showed last season. The Chargers No. 1 receiver brought in 15-of-21 slant targets for 155 receiving yards and two touchdowns. His 11 receptions that resulted in a first down ranked fourth among the league’s pass-catchers and 66.7 percent of his targets were positively graded – the league’s fifth-best mark.

AFC West Q&A: Who is the best newcomer to the division? - staff
While players such as Sammy Watkins in Kansas City and Mike Pouncey in Los Angeles will almost certainly make a difference, the Broncos have the biggest opportunity to improve if they are right about Keenum and Bradley Chubb.

AFC West Q&A: Who is the rising star in the division? - Staff
With a slight nod to the Chargers' Melvin Ingram and the Broncos' Bradley Chubb, it's Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes, who the Chiefs traded up to select in the first round of the 2017 draft despite already having Alex Smith, has only one regular-season start on his résumé.

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