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Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)


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Los Angeles Chargers training camp capsule

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (5-11)

OPEN CAMP: July 30, Jack Hammett Sports Complex, Costa Mesa, California.

LAST YEAR: Bolts bade farewell to San Diego in tremendously frustrating season ending with coach Mike McCoy's firing after nine total wins in last two seasons. Chargers were last in AFC West for second straight year, missed playoffs for third straight season. Lost last five games to fade from playoff contention despite solid defense and talented offense led by Pro Bowlers Philip Rivers and Melvin Gordon. Midseason OT win at eventual NFC champion Atlanta was highlight. Rivers threw career-high 21 interceptions under constant pressure because offensive line struggled. Rookie DL Joey Bosa was immediate hit as pass rusher and physical presence, winning top defensive rookie honors. CB Casey Hayward emerged as star with seven INTs, and edge rusher Melvin Ingram was solid again. Uncertainty of franchise future undoubtedly played some role in Chargers' inconsistency, but new coach Anthony Lynn must fix rest of problems.

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AFC West Division
TeamWLTPct
xy-Kansas City 1240.750
x-Oakland 1240.750
Denver 970.563
San Diego 5110.313
Full Standings
Leaders
Pass Yds: P. Rivers4386
Pass TDs: P. Rivers33
Rush Yds: M. Gordon997
Rush TDs: M. Gordon10
Rec Yds: T. Williams1059
Rec TDs: H. Henry8
Int: C. Hayward7
Sacks: J. Bosa10.5
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 5708 (14)
Passing Yards: 4386 (9)
Rushing Yards: 1510 (26)
Points per game: 25.6 (9)
Yards per game: 356.8 (14)
Touchdowns: 43 (12)
Field Goals: 26 (21)
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 5554 (16)
Passing Yards: 4217 (21)
Rushing Yards: 1567 (10)
Points per game: 26.4 (29)
Yards per game: 347.1 (16)
Touchdowns: 41 (23)
Field Goals: 33 (28)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
6/12 K. Dunlap retired
6/11 M. Ingram re-signed Four-year extension (through 2021)
6/8 R. Reid signed One-year contract (through 2017)
6/2 D. Feeney signed/draft choice Four-year contract (through 2020)
6/2 M. Lee cut
5/17 M. Zandi cut
5/17 R. Jenkins signed/draft choice Four-year contract (through 2020)
5/17 T. Baker signed
5/16 C. Fields cut
5/16 M. Paige signed
Injuries
Date Player Status
No Recent Injuries for this team
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