Link roundup: Chargers bye week reading

With the Chargers on bye this week, things have been relatively quiet. The team will take the time to heal up before an absolutely critical week 10 game against the Jaguars. Thankfully for the Chargers, they'll have linebacker Denzel Perryman back for that game after he was required to sit out the first eight. Here's the rest of the news from this week that relates to the Chargers:

A couple of fines were dealt out by the NFL after last week's Patriots-Chargers game. Patriots guard Joe Thuney was fined $9,115 for clipping on a Chargers player and Chargers linebacker Hayes Pullard was fined $9,115 for a facemask penalty.

Anthony Lynn had a few notable quotes from his Monday press conference, blasting the officials for their controversial offensive pass interference call that wiped out a Charger touchdown during the Patriots game. You can read a recap of his presser here.

The Chargers are helping out a charity called L.A Kitchen to pass out 30,000 meals to people in need at a festival in downtown LA. Tackle Russell Okung and possibly more Chargers will be on-hand to pass out meals and the organization is providing behind-the-scenes support to the charity as well.

ESPN has an article about how Philp Rivers has gone about curbing his turnovers.

The Chargers' official website has an article with comments from players and coaches around the league about Rivers.


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