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Time for Chargers, Flowers to part ways?

Besides substantial depth behind him on the roster, CB Brandon Flowers is expendable in the eyes of Eric D. Williams for a few other reasons as well. Predicting big changes

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Short wait for Hall for Guerrero?

Vladimir Guerrero (71.7 percent) did well for a first-ballot candidate, David Schoenfield writes. He should get in next year, although Craig Biggio debuted at 68.2 percent and had to wait two more ballots before his induction. HOF night winners/losers

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Lackluster HOF ballot debut for Manny

In his first year on the ballot, Manny Ramirez received 23.8 percent of the vote to fall well short of the 75 percent threshold required for induction. Full results

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Rams long snapper Jake McQuaide has been added to the Pro Bowl roster, joining DT Aaron Donald and P Johnny Hekker. McQuaide was added as a "need" player by Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. The head coach for each conference chooses a "need" player, which must be a long snapper. With McQuaide snapping, Hekker set an NFL record for punts downed inside the 20-yard line. This is McQuaide's first Pro Bowl invite.

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2016 season grades: USC

It took a while to find their stride, but the Trojans gained momentum and won the Rose Bowl in Clay Helton's first season.

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Guerrero falls just short in HOF vote

In his first year on the ballot, Vladimir Guerrero received 71.7 percent of the vote to miss the 75 percent threshold required for induction. Full results