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Dwight Freeney limited with knee issue

SAN DIEGO -- Not visible during the early portion of practice, San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Dwight Freeney appears to have gotten onto the field at some point Wednesday afternoon. Freeney was listed as limited with a knee issue on the team’s injury report. Show More Summary

Dwight Freeney not at Chargers practice

SAN DIEGO -- Dwight Freeney, the team’s leading sack man with two sacks, was not on the field for the San Diego Chargers during the early portion of practice Wednesday. Freeney was seen getting some work done on his right leg by the team’s training staff during the second half of San Diego’s win over Jacksonville last week. Show More Summary

New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

The San Diego Chargers have cashed in every time out this season, going 3-1 straight up and 4-0 against the spread; the New York Jets haven't cashed in once yet, going 1-3 SU, 0-3-1 ATS. Can the Chargers stay perfect or will the Jets...Show More Summary

Change in shoes alleviates ankle issues for Kam Chancellor

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor had one of the poorest performances of his career in a Week 2 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Chancellor was hampered by bone spurs in his ankle that limited his ability to move effectively. Chancellor drew coverage responsibilities against tight end Antonio Gates frequently, who caught seven passes for…

Dissecting Crucial Matchups in New York's Week 5 Matchup with San Diego

After a disappointing strikeout to the NFC North, the New York Jets (1-3) begin the second quarter of the season against the San Diego Chargers (3-1) amid another tough three-game stretch. This week, the Jets must find a way to keepShow More Summary

Ryan Mathews eager to get back on field

SAN DIEGO – After two games without the team’s every-down running back, something became very evident for the San Diego Chargers. They need a healthy Ryan Mathews. The Chargers average 2.4 rushing yards per carry, worst in the NFL. Mathews has not played since suffering an MCL knee sprain against Seattle on Sept. Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Jaguars

An examination of what the Jacksonville Jaguars must do after their loss to the San Diego Chargers: The Jaguars' secondary has given up big plays on a pretty regular basis through the first four games, and that has to have Pittsburgh...Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Chargers

A weekly look at what the San Diego Chargers must fix. When the Chargers host the New York Jets on Sunday, they will face the No. 1 run defense in the NFL. The Jets are holding teams to just 63 rushing yards per contest. While the Philip...Show More Summary

Full San Diego Chargers Awards at the Quarter Mark of the 2014 NFL Season

At the quarter mark of the 2014 NFL season, the San Diego Chargers have been through it all. Collapses, stunning victories, MVP-caliber play, injuries, highlights, feel-good stories, rising rookies and a promising total in the win column...Show More Summary

Chargers' Mike McCoy: Poor execution hampering run game

SAN DIEGO -- Four weeks into the regular season, the San Diego Chargers have one of the most explosive passing offenses in the NFL. But the Chargers still can’t run the ball effectively, something head coach Mike McCoy believes can be fixed. Show More Summary

Toby Gerhart disappoints fantasy owners again in Week 4

Gerhart finished Week 4 with just 11 touches. We break down the fantasy implications. Toby Gerhart rushed for 32 yards and one touchdown on 10 carries against the San Diego Chargers in Week 4. He only added one catch for 8 yards in the receiving game on Sunday. Gerhart lost a fumble to start the game. Show More Summary

Antonio Gates is quiet for fantasy owners in Week 4

Gates didn't do much for the Chargers electric offensive performance on Sunday. We take a look at the fantasy implications. The San Diego Chargers were dominant in their 33-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Antonio Gates just wasn't a big part of it. Show More Summary

Donald Brown can't match Chargers fantasy success

The San Diego Chargers had a surplus of fantasy success in Week 4. Brown fell short. We take a look at the implications. The San Diego Chargers exploded with 407 yards of offense on Sunday, but Donald Brown didn't contribute much to it. Show More Summary

Jaguars vs. Chargers: Video Highlights and Recap from Week 4

If the Jacksonville Jaguars were to get their first win of the season, they would have to travel west and get it against the San Diego Chargers. San Diego, on the other hand, looked like strong favorites to move to 3-1 on the campaign and establish themselves as strong contenders in the crowded AFC West picture. Watch the video for full highlights. Show More Summary

Rivers earns MVP consideration with play

SAN DIEGO -- As the backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, Kellen Clemens has a front-row seat to the daily work that Philip Rivers puts in and, ultimately, how he performs on game days. Clemons had heard about how much Rivers watches tape before his arrival in San Diego as a free agent this past offseason. Show More Summary

Jaguars' Cecil Shorts suffers another hamstring injury

SAN DIEGO -- Receiver Cecil Shorts knows the familiar feeling, and he didn’t like it. Shorts tried to explode off the line of scrimmage in the third quarter of the Jacksonville Jaguars' 33-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium but he felt the tug in his left hamstring. Show More Summary

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. San Diego Chargers: Full Report Card Grades for Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the San Diego Chargers in another blowout, 33-14. This game marks the fourth straight blowout loss for the Jaguars in a trend that is becoming quite ridiculous. Despite playing a strong first half that...Show More Summary

Red Bryant sees progress by Jaguars' defense

SAN DIEGO -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Jacksonville Jaguars' 33-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers: Moral victory? Defensive end Red Bryant said he believes this was the first time the defense had played a full game with consistent effort this season. Show More Summary

Blake Bortles, Clay Harbor's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 4

Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles received his first NFL start on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, and he immediately proved to be a better option under center than Chad Henne. Bortles connected with tight end Clay Harbor early and often to give life to a formerly stagnant Jacksonville offense. Show More Summary

Rapid Reaction: Jacksonville Jaguars

SAN DIEGO -- A few thoughts on the Jacksonville Jaguars' 33-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. What it means: Blake Bortles didn't lead the Jaguars to a victory in his first NFL start, but the rookie quarterback from...Show More Summary

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