Travis Benjamin, Chargers don't believe case of drops contagious - Eric Williams
"For me, it's my first time going back since I left there," Lynn said. "I know a lot of people in Buffalo and in the city and in the organization. But I'm going back to play a football game and hopefully win the football game, so I can't let that distract me."
No Nathan Peterman? No problem, as Chargers prepare for rookie Josh Allen - Eric Williams
"It doesn't matter who they've got back there," Perryman said of the Buffalo Bills. "It's another week, another team. I get to redeem myself from last week and try to go 1-0 this week."
Week 1: Chargers' Rookie Review - Thomas Herd
It’s only right to start of with the team’s first round draft pick. It didn’t take too long for the Florida State product to show the fans what to expect. Early in the 2nd quarter, James made two influential plays. The first, a touchdown saving pass break up, diving in front of speedy receiver De’Anthony Thomas and making a play on the ball. Two plays later, on third down, James displayed another aspect of his game. Lined up on the edge, he chased around the back end to get to, and take down QB Patrick Mahomes. His explosiveness was on full show.
Grading all 32 first rounders after Week 1 - Mark Chichester
James was a bright spot for the Chargers defense during his team’s Week 1 defeat to the Chiefs. He was targeted three times in coverage, allowed just one catch for one yard, and he also added a pass break up in the end zone and a sack from a third-down blitz.
Chargers TE Hunter Henry runs with knee brace four months after ACL tear – Jack Wang
“He looked real good,” Coach Anthony Lynn said. “He did some start-and-stop stuff, a little bit of change of direction. It’s just so soon. It was amazing how he looked today. … He’s been doing some stuff on the side all along, but today, he kind of took it to another level.”
AFC West Notes: Bolts, Holton, Henderson - Sam Robinson
Joey Bosa‘s official diagnosis is a bone bruise on his left foot, Eric Williams of ESPN.com tweets. The Chargers defensive end is not expected to need surgery, with rest and rehab being the current plan to get the stalwart pass rusher back on the field. He’s not expected to play against the Bills on Sunday, and Anthony Lynn wouldn’t be surprised if he missed more games.
Joey Bosa Officially Ruled Out Week 2 vs. Bills with Foot Injury - Kyle Newport
Bosa missed last week's season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs with a bone bruise. While he played in all 16 games last year, he was hampered by injury as a rookie in 2016 as well, missing the first four games of his career as the result of a hamstring injury.
Ranking the 6 former Chargers eligible for the 2019 Hall of Fame - Travis Wakeman
But that doesn’t mean we can’t put together a fun little list, right? Here, I will look at each of the former Chargers eligible for enshrinement and consider their entire bodies of work throughout their careers. From there, we’ll form our own selection process and determine which of these six men has the best chance to reach Canton next year.
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