Morning Dump: Chargers-Broncos Previews

By Ernie Padaon

Nov 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Denver Broncos defensive end Shaun Phillips (90) closes in on San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews (24) during second half action at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers-Broncos CapsuleWashington PostFormer Charger Shaun Philips leads Broncos with 9½ sacks. Thomas Keiser, Corey Liuget tied for Chargers lead with 4½. … Broncos coach John Fox missed last game between these teams while recovering in a North Carolina hospital from heart surgery.

Chargers ready for road testJournal ReviewThis weekend would be a good time for North Montgomery to find their marksmanship because they play two undefeated teams away from home. On Friday the Chargers travel to Williamsport to face Seeger Memorial (3-0), and on Saturday the team will head 

Te’o: Season Not Impacted By HoaxESPNENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Manti Te’o says his rough rookie season has nothing to do with the flak he’s faced over getting fooled by a hoax involving a fake girlfriend while at Notre Dame. The San Diego Chargers rookie linebacker said in his first conference

NFL Rookie Report: Chargers‘ Keenan Allen best receiver in his classSportingNews.comBut with the Dolphins having the head to head advantage (a Miami win in Week 11) and the Ravens having a better conference winning percentage, the Chargers can’t afford to lose another game. In the final three must-win games, the Chargers will put

All the county can watch Chargers on TVU-T San DiegoRatings for Chargers games in San Diego are always high, and they always get close to a 50 share of the audience, meaning half the TV sets in the county are tuned to the game. Those numbers are why the networks and advertisers snap up unsold tickets 

Broncos playmakers at a glanceU-T San DiegoCoached under Sid Gillman, the ex-Chargers coach (USIU, 1979) and under Bobby Ross (Chargers, 1992-93). • Fox entered the NFL in 1989 in Pittsburgh, where he coached the secondary in Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Chuck Noll’s final three seasons