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2dEric Williams

Source: Chargers bring back veteran WR Inman

Veteran wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, who was granted his release by the Patriots last week, agreed to terms with the Chargers, with whom he played the first three-plus seasons of his career, a source told ESPN.

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4dJeremy Fowler

Gordon 'just waiting on the call' from Chargers

Chargers running back Melvin Gordon, who is nearly five weeks into a holdout over his contract, told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler he is just "waiting on the call" so he can get back to playing football.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Chargers S Derwin James is scheduled to undergo foot surgery in North Carolina on Thursday, per source. A screw that James had inserted in his foot as a freshman at Florida State bent last week and doctors determined it's best to remove it. James is expected back in 3-4 months

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4dNFL Nation

Training camp MVPs for all 32 NFL teams

NFL Nation tabs Mr. Training Camp for every team, from the reigning Defensive Player of the Year to a potential quarterback of the future.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Saints (DEF): Teamer 49, Lanier 46, Nwosu 31, Hall 31, Broughton 31, Facyson 30, Pickett 30, Watkins 28, Wilson 25, Costigan 25, Lemons 24, Dzubnar 23, Tranquill 23, Rochell 23, Liner 22, Richards 21, Egbule 21, Tillery 21, White 21, Perryman 20, Springs 19, Howard 18, Jones 18, Square 18, King 16, Zeise 14, Phillips 14, Davis 14, Jenkins 14, Randle 13.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Saints (OFF): Lamp 51, Scott 41, Feeney 40, Pipkins 39, Quessenberry 35, Culkin 33, Tevi 32, Scott 29, Davis 28, Jones 27, Liggins 24, Patten 22, Schofield 21, Drango 21, Taylor 21, Moore 21, Stick 21, Pope 20, Williams 20, Henry 20, Sokol 19, Brown 19, Volson 18, Weiss 18, Jackson 16, Newsome 15, Dupre 13, Benjamin 13, Ekeler 13, Allen 13, Johnson 9, McGloster 9, Smallwood 7, Watt 6, Cox 5.


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardale Jones has his best game as a Charger, but running game struggles without Melvin Gordon.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers not suiting up vs. Saints: Philip Rivers, Keenan Allen, Derwin James, Nasir Adderley, Thomas Davis, Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram, Casey Hayward, Virgil Green, Brandon Mebane, TY McGill, Vince Mayle, Mike Pouncey, Jatavis Brown, Chris Peace, Patrick Afriyie, Blake Camper.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Chargers' S Derwin James will undergo surgery on the stress fracture of his foot next week with Dr. Robert Anderson, as @MikeGarafolo reported. James is expected to be sidelined 3-4 months, which means he could be back for a playoff push or the postseason.

James' injury a blow for Chargers (1:14)

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Chargers and Melvin Gordon have not made progress towards a new deal, per sources. Gordon still wants to return in time for the regular season, but he is prepared to sit out if no new deal is reached, per source.

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8dEric Williams

Rivers says he's pulling for Gordon amid holdout

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said he's pulling for Melvin Gordon to get what's best for him as the running back continues to hold out for a new contract.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers said he's talked to Melvin Gordon and clarified his comments on the RB's holdout situation that he felt have been misconstrued nationally. "I know Melvin knows I'm pulling for him," Rivers said. "And in saying that, that means you want what's best for him. You want him to feel great. You him to be at peace with how it all ends, and hopefully it's right here. He knows that. I doubt anything I said will make PFT headlines, but I think those that know me will know that's what I meant all along."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers safety Derwin James our early working on special teams drill before joint practice with Saints.

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