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Oct 20, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers helmet lays on the field after the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego Chargers on a minor roll entering bye weekWashington Post“I think the character of our football team has come out the last couple of weeks,” Chargers coach Mike McCoy said Monday, a day after the Chargers won their second straight game by beating the Jaguars 24-6. “We have great leaders and good veteran 

Upon Further Review: Chargers Week 7ESPN (blog)Chargers efficient on third down: Philip Rivers and the rest of San Diego’s offense performed well on third down, converting 7 of 12 in the win over Jacksonville. Putting together better production on third down and in the red zone was a point of 

Chargers on a roll entering bye weekSI.comSAN DIEGO (AP) – The San Diego Chargers get to head into their bye week riding a minor two-game hot streak. Since losing to the Oakland Raiders on Oct. 6, the Chargers have played their best football as Philip Rivers continues to shine – he’s the NFL’s No.

Chargers Manti Te’o named second-most disliked NFL playerHawaii News NowOn Monday, the San Diego Chargers rookie could be found near the top of a different sort of list: Forbes Magazine’s list of the NFL’s Most-Disliked Players. The magazine’s annual survey, which polls more than 1,100 people on which professional football 

Marion Jones speaks with ChargersESPN (blog)Howard Smith/USA TODAY Sports Safety Jahleel Addae said ex-U.S. track star Marion Jones delivered a strong message during her visit with the Chargers on Monday. “It was great to have her here to speak to the team,” McCoy said. “She had a great 

Bolts look to re-charge, remain relevantU-T San DiegoNot just for Donald Butler to further rest his groin and Jarret Johnson’s hamstring to get stronger and King Dunlap to recover from a second concussion, but for the “healthy” Chargersplayers to recharge and recuperate. “It’s huge — mentally