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5-11, 4th in AFC West
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2dBill Barnwell

Barnwell's AFC West report cards: Chiefs' all-in offseason

The Chiefs got their QB -- at a cost. The Broncos and Chargers renovated their offensive lines. The Raiders added a formerly retired superstar. Here's how each AFC West team fared in free agency and the draft.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said rookie receiver Mike Williams still has back tightness, but he hopes to get the Clemson product back on the field next week: "He's getting behind right now, and we've got to get him back out on the field," Lynn said. "If he wasn't a rookie it would be different. But he has so much to learn, and some of this you can only learn on the field."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Rams COO Kevin Demoff on the Super Bowl in Los Angeles being moved to 2022: "As work continues on the transformational sports and entertainment district being built at Hollywood Park, we are looking forward to moments such as a grand opening during the Summer of 2020 and the Super Bowl's return to Los Angeles after nearly three decades. In the past week, we have worked with the NFL on the resolution that was presented today and are supportive of the NFL Owners' decision to play Super Bowl LV in Tampa and to have Los Angeles host Super Bowl LVI in 2022. Over the next 90 days, we will continue to work with our partners across the Los Angeles region, including the Chargers, to deliver the elements promised in the bid that was approved last year."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The league has unanimously passed moving Los Angeles' Super Bowl back a year, from 2021 to 2022, according to multiple reports. Tampa now gets it in February 2021. Near-record rainfall in L.A. pushed the opening of the $2.6 billion Rams/Chargers stadium in Inglewood back a year. It will now open in the summer of 2020, and it would've been a little too risky to have a Super Bowl so close to the target date of a new stadium. Have to think Rams and Chargers are just fine with this.

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2dEric D. Williams

Chargers' best acquisition: Anthony Lynn

The Chargers needed an infusion of new energy at head coach, and Lynn's no-nonsense approach has gone over well with both players and the front office.

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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6dEric 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.

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

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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.

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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."

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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."

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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).

Team Stats

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

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