Expect such stories to become more common with two stadium proposals on the table in L.A. now. And expect speculation about whether the San Diego Chargers will head north to become more common, too.
Not everyone was back at practice when the Chargers returned from the bye Monday, but Norv Turner still believes there is hope everyone will play Nov. 22 against the Denver Broncos.
The Chargers will now go from rooting for the Denver Broncos to trying to beat them. But the Chargers can thank Denver, too, for helping bring the AFC West back to them.
Wide receiver Malcom Floyd returned, as did linebacker Brandon Siler. While both were limited in Monday’s practice, they reported feeling good after their first time on the field in weeks. Floyd has not played since straining his hamstring Oct. 17 at St. Louis. Siler has been active just once in the past five games due to a foot injury.