Los Angeles Chargers release kicker Caleb Sturgis

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With the Chargers unable to manufacture much of a pass rush and ranking near the bottom of the league in yards per attempt, the stage seems set for Wilson to keep his streak alive and move the offense down the field when he does let it fly.

Russell Wilson of the Seahawks played poorly on Sunday in Seattle's loss to the Chargers.

Kicker Sebastian Janikowski #11 kicks a field goal in the first half against the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field on October 7, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. The Chargers boast three pass catchers between 6'2 and 6'4 who can all high point passes and blow the top off of a defense, Mike Williams and Tyrell Williams alone averaging over eighteen yards per catch. Seattle had won four of five following a 0-2 start. Wilson scrambled for 16 yards to the Chargers 28 and, after a spike, Seattle had 30 seconds left. Favre started an NFL-record 297 straight times in the regular season. On the final play of the game at the one-yard line, Wilson's final attempt for Moore in the back of the end zone was tipped by safety Jahleel Addae and fell incomplete to cap off the game.

McDougald didn't play in the second half with a knee injury that Carroll said was "pretty sore" on Monday.

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Gordon is officially questionable on the injury report.

The Los Angeles Chargers will welcome back Melvin Gordon on Sunday after the star running back missed the team's previous game with a hamstring injury. Guard D.J. Fluker injured a leg in the fourth quarter.

Chargers: Travel to Oakland to face the Raiders.

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