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Nov 3, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (13) runs with the ball past Washington Redskins free safety David Amerson (39) attempts to make a tackle during the game at FedEx Field. The Redskins defeated the Chargers 30-24. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Broncos-Chargers matchup of the dayESPN (blog)ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Running back Danny Woodhead already has more receptions in eight games with the San Diego Chargers (49) than had in any of his previous four seasons in the NFL. So if the Denver Broncos are going to slow Chargers quarterback 

Chargers get Donald Butler backU-T San DiegoExtension talks between the Chargers and agent Eugene Parker are expected to resume in the offseason after no deal was struck prior to the Sept. 9 opener. It is understood that the franchise’s philosophy this year is not to extend contracts during the 

Chargers‘ Philip Rivers a different player with different philosophyDenver PostWhen first-year San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy and his staff sat down with the quarterback before the 2013 season, they explained that they planned to let whatever new wrinkles they were about to install on offense evolve. It wouldn’t be 

San Diego Chargers, A Playoff Caliber Team?CBS LocalIn a game that the Chargers led at one point 14-7, San Diego (4-4) would go on to lose a game that it certainly could have used for momentum going into this Sunday’s home showdown with the 7-1 Denver Broncos. As it played out, the Chargers rallied to 

Chargers Hashmarks: Preparing for the Denver BroncosNBC 7 San DiegoQuarterback Peyton Manning #18 of the Denver Broncos smiles during his game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Sports Authority Field Field at Mile High on September 29, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Eagles 52-20. (Photo by 

Not using Mathews; why keep him?U-T San Diego they would. If he’s going to be a decoy, at best, and more often a spectator in crucial moments, just what use is the former No.1 draft choice who has already cost theChargers almost $17 million since they moved up 16 spots in the 2010 draft to 

Rivers: No magic for goal-line issuesESPN (blog)SAN DIEGO – Quarterbacl Philip Rivers still appeared a bit annoyed to have to answer questions about the San Diego Chargers‘ struggles scoring from the goal line this season. “You just got to score,” he said. “There’s not going to be any magic that we