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Broncos running short on receivers, tackles

Not only did the Broncos lose to the Giants. Now they’re stealing their signature moves. The Broncos will be without three wide receivers and a pair of offensive tackles, as they released a lengthy injury report Friday for their game against the Chargers. The Broncos have already declared wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer, and Isaiah [more]

Giants claim Nigel Harris off waivers

The Giants claimed linebacker Nigel Harris off waivers from the Chargers, who released him Monday. To make room, the Giants placed defensive end Romeo Okwara on injured reserve. The Chargers signed Harris as a rookie free agent May 1. He played in Los Angeles’ first five games, and had eight tackles on defense and three [more]

Tuesday meeting in New York includes 13 players, 11 owners

The NFL and NFLPA announced last week that there would be a Tuesday meeting involving officials from both organizations as well as players and team owners as a precursor to the league meetings regarding the national anthem later in the day. That meeting is underway in New York and the league has released the names [more]

Chargers sign linebacker Josh Keyes

The Chargers added a linebacker Monday, bringing in a face familiar to their coaching staff. Via Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News, the Chargers signed linebacker Josh Keyes. He spent time on the Falcons practice squad last year, where he worked with defensive coordinator Richard Smith, who is now the Chargers’ linebackers coach. [more]

Mike Williams “came through when we needed him”

The Chargers had to wait longer than they hoped to get wide receiver Mike Williams in the lineup after making him the seventh overall pick in this year’s draft. Williams hurt his back in the spring and missed all of training camp, the preseason and the first five games of the year while working to [more]

Chargers make it two in a row with upset of Raiders

Just when the Chargers looked like we could leave them for dead, they’ve suddenly won two in a row. The Chargers went to Oakland and upset the Raiders today, completing a 17-16 comeback victory with a last-second field goal. The newly signed Nick Novak hit the game-winner for the Chargers. Los Angeles quarterback Philip Rivers [more]

Week Six injury report roundup

Week Six kicked off on Thursday with an Eagles win and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should be self-explanatory. Players [more]

Mike Williams expects to make debut Sunday

Chargers rookie wide receiver Mike Williams expects to make his NFL debut Sunday against the Raiders. The team, though, lists him as questionable on the injury report after he was limited in practice Friday. Coach Anthony Lynn said he would look at film of Friday’s practice before making a decision. Still, it’s a step in [more]

Raiders: Game against Chargers remains in Oakland for now

The Raiders game against the Chargers remains as scheduled in Oakland, though in a statement, the Raiders left open the possibility that could change if the air quality worsens. The team said in a statement: “Sunday’s game against the Chargers remains scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PT at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. We will continue to [more]

Russell Okung urges players to band together against NFL, Trump’s anthem pressure

If the NFL and its team owners think players are just going to go along quietly with whatever they decide to make their national anthem problem go away, they could be in for a bit o a surprise. Chargers tackle Russell Okung has written a letter to all the league’s players that he’s going to [more]

San Diego mayor offers help if Chargers-Raiders needs to be moved

As wildfires ravage Northern California, the league continues to monitor the conditions as they pertain to Sunday’s Chargers game at the Raiders. And while there’s no indication they’re considering moving the game because of the poor air quality, one city has offered to help. According to Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego [more]

NFL monitoring Oakland air quality, but game remains unchanged for now

Poor air quality in Oakland has affected the Raiders’ practices this week, but for now, the team’s game against the Chargers remains as scheduled. The NFL said it will continue to keep an eye on the situation. “We continue to monitor air-quality conditions in the Bay Area and are in close communication with both the [more]

Raiders mum on potential impact of smoke on Sunday’s game

Horrific wildfires that have killed more than 20 and destroyed thousands of acres in the San Francisco Bay Area. Smoke from the fires limited Raiders practice on Wednesday, and Thursday’s session also could be affected. The bigger question is Sunday, when the Raiders will host the Chargers at 1:25 p.m. local time. Via Michael Gehlken [more]

Raiders receiver Amari Cooper says the ball will eventually find him

Oakland Raiders receiver Amari Cooper hasn’t surpassed 10 yards receiving in any of the team’s last three games against Washington, Denver and Baltimore. Coincidentally, the Raiders have lost all three games and failed to score more than 17 points in any of the three contests. While Derek Carr‘s back injury hasn’t helped, Cooper’s lack of [more]

Anthony Lynn: Mike Williams “very close” to returning

Chargers rookie receiver Mike Williams was limited in practice Wednesday as he seeks to make his debut Sunday. “He’s very close,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said, via the team’s official Twitter account. “We’ll see at the end of the week where he’s at. He’s been in the playbook the whole time.” Williams, the No. 7 [more]

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