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October 6, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (13) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders during the fourth quarter at Coliseum. The Raiders defeated the Chargers 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Franchise/transition tags: Chargers
ESPN (blog)
One priority in free agency for the San Diego Chargers is re-signing middle linebacker Donald Butler. The two sides broke off discussions on a long-term deal during the 2013 season. But with the Chargers looking to get something done before the start 

The Best Presidential Chargers
Forty-nine Chargers fit the bill, sharing the last names of presidents from our first (running back Joe Washington) to our second most recent (linebacker Lew Bush) and many in between. So cue up “Hail to the Chief”, put on a stove top hat and find out 

San Diego Chargers Combine Preview: Top Targets, Sleepers and Prospects to 
Bleacher Report
22 to 25, leaving the San Diego Chargers and the rest of the league just four days to evaluate players for the upcoming draft. What’s been sometimes described as the most intense job interview in professional sports, the combine provides players with

Ranking the Bolts, No. 3: Ryan Mathews
U-T San Diego
The AFC West-leading Broncos had won their seven home games by an average of 20 points when the Chargers arrived in Game 14. Just five days earlier in the rout of the Giants, Mathews had rushed 29 times, the most in his career. He took 29 more 

WR Still a Big Need for Chargers
Bleacher Report
The San Diego Chargers‘ passing attack seemed to fire on every cylinder last year. Philip Rivers looked rejuvenated, Danny Woodhead was as slippery as ever and rookie wideout Keenan Allen made waves across the NFL in his standout first season.