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2016 Schedule
5-11, 4th in AFC West
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Savage: Franchise tag predictions

This afternoon on NFL Insiders, ESPN Front Office Insider Phil Savage named four players who could potentially get franchise tags before the March 1 deadline. Of the four, all but one would be getting the tag for the first time.

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Chargers should sign Jefferson

Tony Jefferson should be just the kind of safety to excel in new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's scheme.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from the Los Angeles Chargers on the arrest of offensive lineman King Dunlap for violating a protective order in Nashville Thursday night: "We are aware of the situation involving King Dunlap. We will continue to gather information and monitor the situation as the legal process runs its course."

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5dMike Triplett

Ex-WR Meachem released after 3 days in jail

Former NFL wide receiver Robert Meachem was released from jail on Thursday after spending three days behind bars for failing to make alimony and child support payments.

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Paying now for Ingram better for Bolts

The Chargers want to keep intact their one-two pass-rush punch of Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. A long-term deal similar to what DE Olivier Vernon got last year from the Giants would be difficult (impossible?) for them to match.

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6dEric D. Williams

Los Angeles Chargers will likely tag Melvin Ingram

Wednesday will be the first day that NFL teams can designate franchise-tag players. Linebacker Melvin Ingram is the Chargers' likely choice, keeping their effective pass-rushing duo intact.

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7dMike Triplett

Ex-WR jailed for $400K alimony, child support bill

Ex-NFL wideout Robert Meachem can be released once $100,000 of the nearly $400,000 he owes in alimony and child support has been paid to his ex-wife, Andrea Rhodes.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers season tickets will cost between $70 and $375 per game. Last year, Rams charged between $40 and $225, and those prices are expected to remain flat in 2017. Chargers' prices not totally surprising, though. Their stadium, StubHub Center, seats only about 30,000, about a third less than the Coliseum. They need to maximize their ticket revenue and are banking on demand far exceeding supply.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The latest view of the future home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, which is set to open in 2019.

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8dField Yates

Ingram is Chargers' biggest free-agent decision

The Bolts are a lot closer to contending than their meddlesome 2016 record would suggest. Will Melvin Ingram be part of the equation in 2017?

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8dEric D. Williams

Manti Te'o could use a change of scenery

The Notre Dame product has missed 26 games over four NFL seasons with the Chargers due to various injuries. An unrestricted free agent, Te'o may want to explore a fresh start with another organization.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn officially announced his coaching staff, including the hiring of former Atlanta Falcons DC Richard Smith as LBs coach. Nine coaches from departed head coach Mike McCoy's staff were retained.

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.48th
Rushing Yards94.426th
Points For25.59th
Points Against26.429th