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San Diego Chargers

Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium | Coach: Mike McCoy
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense18th85.4 (30th)256.1 (10th)
Defense9th124.1 (26th)214.2 (4th)


Mon Sep 8
L 18 - 17at ARI
Sun Sep 14
W 30 - 21SEA
Sun Sep 21
W 22 - 10at BUF
Sun Sep 28
W 33 - 14JAC
Sun Oct 5
W 31 - 0NYJ
Sun Oct 12
W 31 - 28at OAK
Sun Oct 19
L 23 - 20KC
Thu Oct 23
L 35 - 21at DEN
Sun Nov 2
L 37 - 0at MIA
Sun Nov 16
W 13 - 6OAK
Sun Nov 23
W 27 - 24STL
Sun Nov 30
W 34 - 33at BAL
Sun Dec 7
L 23 - 14NE
Sun Dec 14
L 22 - 10DEN
Sat Dec 20
W 38 - 35at SF
Sun Dec 28
L 19 - 7at KC


Kansas City9-7-03-3-0
San Diego9-7-02-4-0
LB Dwight Freeney to return for 14th season
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Impending free agent linebacker Dwight Freeney has decided to return for a 14th season, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Freeney was an effective performer in 2014, leading the Chargers with 40 quarterback hurries and registering 3.5 sacks with 10 tackles.

He ranks 20th all-time with 111.5 career sacks. The paper said it's unclear whether Freeney, 35, will return to San Diego or land elsewhere.

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Chargers officially cut OL Jeromey Clary from roster
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Chargers offensive lineman Jeromey Clary announced his retirement in January. However, the Chargers finally removed him from the offseason roster with a failed physical designation, according to the NFL transaction wire. 

Clary did not play during the 2014 season due to two hip surgeries. 

Clary spent all nine of his NFL years with San Diego. 

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Jarret Johnson cut by Chargers day after he retired
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

A day after announcing his retirement from the NFL, Jarret Johnson was officially cut by the Chargers, according to the NFL's transaction wire. 

Johnson played 12 years in the NFL — his first nine with the Ravens and the previous three with the Chargers. He announced his retirement in an Instagram post. 

"Today I am announcing my retirement from the game I love," Johnson wrote. "I lived a dream which few can say but it's time to move on. I want to thank the Chargers organization for giving me a home these past three years. I have nothing but respect for the players, coaches, front office staff and fans that were apart of me and my families lives."

Johnson gained an iron man reputation for his durability on the football field. He holds Ravens records for consecutive games played (129) and consecutive starts (80). His career ends with a total of 506 tackles, 25.5 sacks, 23 pass deflections and three interceptions. 

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Chargers' Jarret Johnson announces retirement
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Chargers linebacker Jarret Johnson announced his retirement in an Instagram post on Tuesday. 

"Today I am announcing my retirement from the game I love," Johnson said in the post. "I lived a dream which few can say but it's time to move on."

Johnson spent nine years with the Ravens and the last three with the Chargers. He played 184 games, starting 127. He finished his career with 506 tackles, 25.5 sacks, 23 pass defenses and three interceptions. 

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Chargers re-sign offensive lineman King Dunlap to four-year deal
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

The Chargers have re-signed starting left tackle King Dunlap to a four-year contract, the team announced Friday. The deal is reportedly worth $28 million over the four years, according to the Union Tribune.

Dunlap has spent the last two seasons with San Diego, starting all 16 games in 2014. In seven seasons, Dunlap has started 79 games for the Chargers and Eagles.

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