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San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers is not letting recent talk about the team leaving San Diego influence him about re-signing. "Is the location of this team going to be a deciding factor?" Rivers said in a radio station interview. "I can't honestly tell you that it will be."
Fantasy Tip: Rivers isn't worried about it, and that's a sign it won't affect his play in 2015 either. Rivers is still a solid QB1 selection in most drafts moving forward.
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San Diego Chargers owners Dean Spanos met with San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer Sunday, Feb. 22, and they have agreed on an expedited schedule for the advisory group considering a new stadium for the Chargers.
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Fantasy Tip: It is not known if the Chargers are interested in bringing Mathews back next season, so he could hit the free-agent market. Mathews' fantasy value will be determined if he earns a starting job and which team he joins. He could be an option in the middle rounds if he is a starter.
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Thu, 19 Feb 2015 23:17:28 -0800
San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers and the team will have discussions on a contract extension at an appropriate time, but no discussions are scheduled for this week according to general manager Tom Telesco.
Fantasy Tip: No need to panic for Chargers fans. San Diego recognizes Rivers' value and intends to talk about it on its own schedule. Rivers is still a valuable QB1 option for fantasy leagues when completely healthy.
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 00:25:41 -0800
San Diego Chargers RB Ryan Mathews, an impending free agent, has interest from the Chargers in a new contract. General manager Tom Telesco will meet with Mathews' agent at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
Fantasy Tip: Mathews is a risky play at times due to his injury history, but when he is healthy Mathews racks up the yardage. He enters 2015 as a viable fantasy option when avoiding the injury bug.
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 00:22:31 -0800
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 06:50:04 -0800
San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers (back) said he doesn't need surgery to repair the bulging disk in his back. "At this point, the back injury is not requiring surgery," Rivers said. "We'll kind of revisit it in a month or so. But everything is improving. I'm back to my regular workouts and running around. Me and my wife played a little tennis the other day. I've hit the golf ball a few times, so I'm actually on the up and up. So I'm pretty excited."
Fantasy Tip: Rivers has been playing it by ear all offseason, and there's a chance he'll eventually require surgery. We liken Rivers' situation to that of Tony Romo, who entered last season around the same age with a balky back. The pieces around Rivers aren't as strong, but Rivers still makes a midrange QB1 in traditional leagues.
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