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2019 Schedule
5-11, 4th in AFC West

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Greg Zuerlein, the Rams kicker for the last 8 seasons, has agreed to terms with the Cowboys, sources confirmed to ESPN. With the Cowboys, Zuerlein reunites with former Rams special teams coordinator John Fassel, who departed for Dallas in January. Over 8 seasons, Zuerlein converted 82 percent of his field goals. He played a crucial role during the 2018 season in helping to send the Rams to Super Bowl LIII when he kicked a 54-yard game-winning field goal in overtime to clinch the NFC championship

Would Cam Newton fit on the Chargers? (1:37)
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SoFi Stadium construction continues within rules

The statewide "Safe at Home" guidelines in California allow for construction of the future home of the Rams and Chargers to continue, and the work in Inglewood is ongoing.

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The Chargers have added linebacker Nick Vigil, according to ESPN's Ben Baby. Vigil played the last four seasons with the Bengals and adds much-needed depth to the Chargers' defense following the release of Thomas Davis and Jatavis Brown's decision to sign with the Eagles in free agency. A four-year pro, last season Vigil had 111 tackles, an interception, 5 pass deflections, a forced fumble and 2 fumble recoveries.

What's next for Cam Newton after Panthers' release? (1:08)

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Chargers free agency recap, plus look ahead to next month's draft.

What the Chargers accomplished in free agency (0:55)

ESPN Daily: The Decline Of The NFL Running Back

We just saw 2017 Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley released by the LA Rams, and former Chargers star running back Melvin Gordon found a new home in Denver. Behind that shakeup is growing evidence that the role of running backs in the NFL is changing. A renewed focus on pass-heavy offenses, among other factors, is shifting the weight given to the position. FiveThirtyEight's Josh Hermsmeyer outlines the current landscape for running backs, from all angles.

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Source: Ex-Chargers RB Gordon joining Broncos

Former Chargers running back Melvin Gordon reached an agreement on a two-year, $16 million deal with the Denver Broncos that includes $13.5 million guaranteed, a source confirmed to ESPN.

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.66th
Rushing Yards90.828th
Points For21.121st
Points Against21.6