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Alex Marvez Explains Why the "Sky's the Limit" for the Bolts - Hayley Elwood
Marvez cited 2018 as a “pivotal” year for the Chargers. After all, the team won nine of their last 12 games last season, finishing with a winning record for the first time since 2014. But the pieces that the team has now are ones he thinks will set them up for success.

Derwin James confirms he was robbed at gunpoint in L.A. - Eric Williams
"I wouldn't wish that upon anybody," James said about the incident. "It happened. It was just one of those things that you never expect to happen to you, but it happened, and I'm just happy to be out here playing football."

Chargers Host Young Players for Youth & High School Football Day - Rachel Gossen
“He’s one of the best competitors out here…of all time,” Watson said. “It’s exciting to be able to see all the players (and) how they work in the professional world.”

AFC West Notes: Raiders, Mack, Chargers - Zach Links
But I’m also confident in those young guys behind him. They’re stepping up and making plays in practice, and there’s going to be a nice competition in that group.” The Chargers just lost Jason Verrett for the season, so another cornerback injury would be devastating for the team.

Deciding top Hall of Fame debates: Revis, Rivers, Eli, Beast Mode, more - ESPN.com
We lean toward "yes" because Rivers was great for an extended period. That is where these discussions begin. How many times was the player among the very best at his position? Rivers is one of six players in NFL history with at least four seasons of triple-digit passer ratings on 400-plus attempts.

L.A. story: The Chargers' homegrown Uchenna Nwosu - Eric Williams
"It was a great experience," Nwosu said, when asked about growing up in a Nigerian home in L.A. "Many people don't grow up in a cultured home in Los Angeles. Growing up in a Nigerian home was serious, always high achieving with high expectations.

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