LT, O’Neal and Bennett among Chargers Hall of Famers

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SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Chargers halftime show Sunday was an exciting one as 20 members of the Chargers Hall of Fame were paid tribute.

The Chargers defeated the Tennessee Titans by outscoring them 43 to 35.

Before the game, plenty of pictures and autographs were given out from Charger Hall of Famers, especially the three most recent inductees -- LaDainian Tomlinson, Leslie O’Neal and Darren Bennett.

Some alumni recalled to FOX 5 some of the highlights of their career.

“Beating the Raiders every year I played here, winning a number of division titles and obviously the record breaking touchdown,” said Tomlinson.

Another fond memory the players shared, the faithful Bolt fans.

“The fans are everything in San Diego. I was on practice squad the year we went to the Super Bowl. I was here for 3 hours after we won the AFC Championship Game with 75,000 screaming fans.  It’s a moment I will never forget,” said retired punter Darren Bennett.

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However, will enough fans vote on Tuesday when it comes to Measure C?

“We’ve got to this point where we are going to leave it up to the people and that’s the way it should be. So the people get to decide if they want the Chargers to stay and I think that’s the way it really should be,” said LT.

Some fans told FOX 5 they are hopeful the Chargers will stay.

“I want the Chargers to stay I’m going to vote yes on it. If they leave it will just be devastating, but I’m optimistic. I think they are going to stay and I think it’s going to pass, we’ll see what happens,” said Carlos Grijalva.

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