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Eric Weddle: San Diego Chargers are 'best team' in NFL
It's safe to say that Eric Weddle does not share the general assessment that the San Diego Chargers have underachieved. "I feel like we're the best team in the league," Weddle says.
Takeo Spikes: Regime change led to Chargers' release
Opening up about his release from the San Diego Chargers, veteran linebacker Takeo Spikes acknowledged the move came as no surprise from a team aiming to get younger in a hurry.
Tom Telesco: Chargers won't spend big in free agency
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco was part of a quick rebuild in Indianapolis. That tenure didn't include heavy spending in free agency nor should his first campaign in San Diego.
Takeo Spikes cut by San Diego Chargers, not retiring
Takeo Spikes' tenure with the San Diego Chargers is over. The 15-year NFL veteran was released by the team Thursday, but the linebacker isn't planning to hang up his helmet.
Free agency primer: Ranking the linebackers
Around The League's Gregg Rosenthal ranks this year's free-agent linebacker crop, from the Baltimore Ravens' Dannell Ellerbe to the Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher.
AFC veterans on the roster bubble
Which veterans might be salary-cap casualties this offseason? Chris Wesseling breaks down roster bubble candidates for AFC teams, including James Harrison with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
San Diego Chargers 'baffled' by Ray Rice heroics in loss
San Diego Chargers fans might be surprised to hear their team's playoff hopes are not quite dead following a dramatic overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Cam Thomas primed for bigger San Diego Chargers role
Cam Thomas is your prototypical nose tackle, with all the measurables the Chargers desire. He hasn't earned a starting role yet, but this could be his breakthrough season.
Jonas Mouton still getting used to NFL with Chargers
Jonas Mouton is finally running with the big boys of the NFL after suffering a preseason injury that took him out of the game completely last year. Just like a rookie, Mouton's wide-eyed.
Life after football can be terrifying prospect for ex-players
The bounty scandal, Junior Seau's suicide and NFL concussion lawsuits have created a perfect storm of dialogue regarding the post-career lives of NFL players, Steve Wyche writes.
AFC West holes to fill: Health will be Chiefs' biggest concern
The Broncos went and got Peyton Manning in the offseason, but was it enough to secure another division title? Elliot Harrison looks at the voids on each AFC West roster.
Takeo Spikes opens up about who he follows on Twitter
You can tell a lot about a man by looking at the people he follows on Twitter. We get to the bottom of why Spikes follows Rachael Ray and some other serious subjects in this edition of 20 Questions.