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3 most likely X-Factors for Chargers in 2017

Aggressive offseason moves and a strong 2017 NFL draft class that boasted high ratings almost universally from top NFL minds spanning each network, has set the stage for a highly anticipated Los Angeles Chargers 2017 season. 492 more words

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Haskins Award Watch List: May 19, 2017

The NCAA Championship begins in exactly one week and the race for the Haskins Award presented by Stifel is tighter than ever.

LSU sophomore Sam Burns entered the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional trailing Oregon senior Wyndham Clark on the Haskins Award Watch List. 853 more words


Chargers 2017 best case scenario: Quarterbacks

The Los Angeles Chargers are one of the few franchises that can say they truly have a franchise quarterback in their current starter Philip Rivers, making general manager Tom Telesco’s approach to the 2017 NFL draft that much more understandable. 370 more words

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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed - A Distro for All Seasons

We use Tumbleweed as a way to try out and vet different technologies, and it’s one of those distributions that provides an exciting desktop/laptop experience, if by exciting you sometimes mean it presents you little challenges to overcome.

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David Bakhtiari on Packers adding Jahri Evans: 'It's huge'

David Bakhtiari might be confident in any combination of linemen the Green Bay Packers could trot out to protect Aaron Rodgers in 2017, but he’s also excited about the late addition of veteran right guard Jahri Evans. 315 more words

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Chargers lock up Williams, Lamp, King, Tevi, Rochell to 4-year contracts

The Los Angeles Chargers have officially signed five members of their 2017 NFL draft class to four-year contracts.

The only two players that remain unsigned are former Indiana University guard Dan Feeney and Miami (Fla.) safety Rayshawn Jenkins. 186 more words

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Bash on Windows 10 goes beyond Ubuntu and gets support for Fedora and SuSE, too

One of the biggest surprises at Microsoft’s Build developer conference last year was that the company was building support for the Bash shell on top of an Ubuntu-based Linux subsystem right into Windows 10. 250 more words