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5-11, 4th in AFC West

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Chargers rookie Mike Williams posing in his No. 7 jersey at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere photo shoot for Panini America.

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3dEric Williams

Source: Chargers WR Inman to miss 6 weeks

Chargers WR Dontrelle Inman underwent core muscle surgery with Dr. William Meyers in Philadelphia and will be out six weeks.

Leaf thinks his story 'humanizes' him (2:14)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Chargers rookie Mike Williams' favorite rapper is Meek Mill, but that hasn't stopped him from listening to Drake, despite the beef between the two artists.


Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Chargers rookie Mike Williams says Instagram is his favorite social media app because he likes to promote positivity and reach out to his fans in the comments, hoping to brighten up their day if they're going through a tough time.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers offensive lineman Matt Slauson hits a drive on the 10th hole of Morgan Run Golf Course at Marshall Faulk's Celebrity Golf Championship. A 9 handicap, Slauson said his best round is 76.


Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Chargers rookie Mike Williams says he's still adjusting to Los Angeles traffic: "If you need to be somewhere in 30 minutes, you probably need to leave three hours before that. ... The speed limit probably 55 [miles per hour], but you're doing 10 miles per hour."


Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Chargers rookie Mike Williams, the seventh overall pick of the 2017 NFL draft, on if he expects to start on Day 1: "Aw yeah, most definitely. It's going to take hard work. I mean, nothing is going to be like, 'Here you go, Mike. This is your job.' They have the guys they have still there. I just have to go work, learn the offense and just show the coaches and Philip [Rivers] that I'm capable of going out there and playing for them."

Leaf's time in prison changed his perspective on life (2:05)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Forty of the top NFL rookies from the 2017 NFL Draft learned about the business of football today at the 23rd annual NFL Players Association (NFLPA) Rookie Premiere, presented by Panini America, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The event will continue through Saturday (May 18-20).

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams COO Kevin Demoff, on the new stadium being delayed until 2020: "Our organization has always taken a long-term approach on the Los Angeles project. This is important to get right. Los Angeles has waited a long time for the NFL to return; they've waited a long time for a world-class stadium. ... What would be a bigger disappointment than pushing back a year is failing to deliver on (Stan Kroenke's) vision."

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Current NFL rules prohibit a stadium from hosting a Super Bowl in its inaugural season. With the opening of the Rams/Chargers stadium delayed until 2020, that means owners would have to approve a waiver of the rule to allow Super Bowl LV to be played there as scheduled. There is recent precedent for a Super Bowl-related rules waiver. Owners granted one that requires temperatures to exceed 50 degrees in the month before an open-air Super Bowl to allow NY/NJ to bid for Super Bowl XLVIII.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The one-year construction delay for Los Angeles' new football stadium will not necessarily force the NFL to move Super Bowl LV, which is scheduled to be held there in early 2021. The host committee, along with the Rams and Chargers, can submit a waiver to bypass a rule that otherwise would require the stadium to have been open for two regular seasons prior to hosting a Super Bowl. There is precedent for granting waivers to Super Bowl rules. Commissioner Roger Goodell waived the league's rule on minimum temperatures at the Super Bowl so that MetLife Stadium in New Jersey could host Super Bowl XLVIII.

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4dAlden Gonzalez

Rain delays Chargers-Rams stadium to 2020

The new stadium for the Chargers and Rams will now open in 2020, one year after the original scheduled completion date. Record-setting rain this winter in Los Angeles was cited as a factor.

Ryan Leaf and the 1998 Draft (1:10)
Ryan Leaf's Montana upbringing (1:06)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers announce they've signed fourth-round selection safety Rayshawn Jenkins. Third-round selection Dan Feeney is the team's only draft pick that remains unsigned. The Chargers also signed a punter, Toby Baker. At 6-3 and 210 pounds, Baker is an Arkansas product who participated in the Chargers' rookie minicamp as a tryout player. Incumbent punter Drew Kaser struggled on the first day of OTAs this week. The Chargers also announced the team waived South Carolina OT Mason Zandi.

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5dMatt Bowen

How should the Chargers unleash Williams?

Mike Williams has the ability to develop into a red zone weapon for the Chargers in a model like the one the Bears used with Alshon Jeffery.

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6dMatt Bowen

How NFL teams should unleash top rookies

Deshaun Watson and the Texans' coaches should be watching Alex Smith's tape in K.C., while Jamal Adams and the Jets would benefit from studying Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu.

Team Stats

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

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