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Sep 15, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (85) during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chargers defeated the Eagles 33-30. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers-Titans CapsuleWashington PostChargers. … Titans RB Jackie Battle spent last season with San Diego. … LB Zach Brown leads team with 20 tackles, tied for team high with two sacks. … CB Alterraun Verner had first interception return for TD of career last week. … DE Derrick 

Chargers heading in right directionImperial Valley PressAfter blowing the season opener in a game everyone thought they would lose anyway, the San Diego Chargers fly to Philadelphia and flip roles, stealing a victory in the final minute of play instead of handing it away. Not only did Nick Novak boot a 46 

Mayor, Chargers Have ‘Positive’ Meeting About Keeping Team in San“I thought we actually had a positive conversation about what we could do collaboratively to make sure to make sure that we keep the Chargers in San Diego,” Gloria said at his weekly media briefing. “I’m certainly committed to doing that. The city is 

Chargers may be without Fluker on SundayESPN (blog)The San Diego Chargers‘ offensive line has been a pleasant surprise during the first two weeks of the season. The new-look unit has given Philip Rivers the necessary time to be a dominant quarterback again. Fluker. One of the reasons for San Diego’s 

Chargers Defense Preps for a Tough BattleChargers.comThe Chargers have faced two electric offenses to start the season, and with their full attention focused on their Week 3 match with the Tennessee Titans, they are expecting another tough test on the road. As Defensive Coordinator John Pagano said, they 

When the Chargers have the ballU-T San DiegoRivers seems to be calling more audibles than he did under Norv Turner, and Sunday against the Titans, it figures McCoy and playcaller Ken Whisenhunt again will trust Rivers, making his 115th consecutive start, to get theChargers into good plays and 

Dwight Freeney has influence on ChargersU-T San DiegoThe Chargers signed Freeney this spring in large part for his pass-rush ability, but the team knew it would get the other things — the dietary habits, the work ethic, the veteran mindfulness — that would serve as examples to a young defensive core