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By Charean Williams

The Chargers officially ruled out running back Melvin Gordon. He hoped to play, testing his injured knee before pregame warmups, but Gordon will miss a third consecutive game. The Chargers already had ruled out Gordon’s backup, Austin Ekeler, who has a neck injury and a concussion. Justin Jackson and Detrez Newsome will share the load [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Chargers running back Melvin Gordon will not play tonight, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Gordon tested out his injured knee in pregame warmups. He conferred with coach Anthony Lynn and General Manager Tom Telesco afterward and shook his head no, via DiGiovanna. That means Gordon will miss his third game after injuring [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chargers made multiple roster moves prior to tonight’s game. In addition to the previously reported elevation of running back Troymaine Pope from the practice squad, the Chargers also added linebacker Kyle Wilson to the active roster. To make room for them on the roster, they waived linebacker Tre’Von Johnson and put cornerback Trevor Williams on [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

The Chargers and Chiefs square off on Thursday night in what will be the most important regular-season game in the history of the rivalry, at least since the merger. For Thursday’s PFT Live, we merged all non-quarterbacks from both organizations into one pot and drafted the most important people for the game. Check out the [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chargers may be holding out some slim hope for Melvin Gordon tonight, but they’re covering themselves at the position, just in case. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Chargers are promoting running back Troymaine Pope from their practice squad, giving them a third healthy body at the position. Austin Ekeler is [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

The NFL will continue to conduct its own investigations regarding player misconduct while on their own time, even though the process necessarily is constrained by the absence of subpoena power and the unwillingness to do whatever it takes to track down video, even when the NFL knows that video exists. But these limitations shouldn’t compel [more] Read more…