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What we learned: Cutler, Langford shine in Bears’ win
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Jay Cutler’s Monday night performance wasn’t pristine, but he came through for the Bears when it mattered the most during the team’s thrilling victory over an injury-depleted Chargers squad.

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Have we seen the last of Chargers WR Malcom Floyd?
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The Chargers wideout was very clear in saying that 2015 would be his last season during training camp and on Monday against the Bears, he left with what looked like a very serious shoulder injury.

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McCoy declines specifics about Fluker's latest concussion (The Associated Press)
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Chargers coach Mike McCoy refused to divulge details of right guard D.J. Fluker’s second concussion in five days and the fourth of his three-year NFL career. Fluker didn’t practice Wednesday and was listed on the injury report as having a concussion. Fluker sustained a concussion in practice last Wednesday and did not practice Thursday or […]

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Chiefs keep grinding away with unheralded running backs (The Associated Press)
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Just about anybody can carry the ball effectively for the Kansas City Chiefs these days. Yes, that was big Dontari Poe plowing over the goal line in last Sunday’s 33-3 win over San Diego, which got the Chiefs back to .500 and into the thick of the AFC playoff hunt. The sight of Poe doing […]

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Chargers-Jaguars Capsule (The Associated Press)
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SAN DIEGO (2-8) at JACKSONVILLE (4-6)

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McCoy: ‘I’m going to keep fighting my (rear end) off’
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San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy is sitting on the hot seat, with many locals calling for his firing. In response, McCoy said he plans to keep fighting.

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Surging Chiefs have no problem with skidding Chargers
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Justin Houston and the Kansas City Chiefs continued their surge back into the AFC playoff picture with a 33-3 win over the San Diego Chargers.

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Disney CEO agrees to join Raiders-Chargers stadium venture
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Disney CEO Bob Iger has agreed to lead the effort to build a stadium for the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers in the Los Angeles area should NFL owners approve the teams’ move.

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