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National Football League owners revived a defunct stadium loan program Wednesday, which could provide $200 million to help the San Diego Chargers.
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Episode 006 of the The BOLTHYPE Chargers Podcast, hosted by Mychal Edelman & Josh Bretow for BOLTHYPE.com - In this episode, the Myke and Josh discuss the Chargers second win in a row, and weigh the benefits of winning vs losing with little to no hope for a playoff berth.
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Team avoids blackout of nationally televised game.
Last week, the Chargers were unable to sell the last 5,000 non-premium tickets to a home game against the Bills. This week, the Chargers found a way to move the final 2,000 non-premium tickets to a home game against the Ravens. The Chargers have announced that Sunday night’s game will indeed be televised locally, on…
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While watching the Chargers progress over the past three weeks, that sinking feeling in the pit of my gut has been difficult to ignore. Clearly the fact that the Bolts are winning is preferable to the losing alternative, but winning when the season is all but lost is the epitome of a double-edged...
Last week, the Chargers failed to sell all non-premium tickets to their home game against the Bills. This week, the Chargers have 2,000 tickets to sell in order to avoid a second straight blackout. The Chargers host the Ravens on Sunday Night Football. The desire to have a marquee game seen locally should, in theory,…
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Outside linebackers benefit from Shaun Phillips' return; Butler, Spikes miss practice.