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Found June 14, 2013 on Players View:

The San Diego Chargers fanbase is upset. Their frustration with how that team has been assembled and ran is legendary.

According to running back Ryan Mathews, when he assumed the position of the icon LaDainian Tomlinson, he not only inherited high expectations, he took on the spite of an entire city.

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