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San Diego Chargers Tue Jul 11 2017 22:52:40 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- In my last article I analyzed how the Los Angeles Chargers stack up offensively in regards to the rest of the AFC West, and it turns out that they are very strong in that respect. How do the Chargers rank defensively? Let’s find out. Defens
Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap was arrested on suspicion of violating a protective order in Nashville on Thursday, according to records obtained by NFL.com.
The Chargers’ 2017 first-round pick will be sidelined for at least the next two weeks. According to the team’s website, wide receiver Mike Williams will miss the rest of offseason workouts due to amild disc herniation in his lower
For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles Chargers appear to have a solid rookie class in place. Fans must thank much-maligned general manager Tom Telesco for that. Naturally, a team’s first-round selection always gets the most attentio
Chargers Pro Bowl running back Melvin Gordon has an interesting perspective on the team’s move from San Diego to Los Angeles, James Walker of ESPN.com reports. “I don’t think we’re going to lose everyone in San
After an incredible bounce-back season, Melvin Gordon has begun to cement his status as one of the top-tier running backs in the NFL. The AFC West is likely the most competitive division in the NFL, but do any of the teams have a running back better
The Los Angeles Chargers are a team that will be playing in a new city and led by a new, first-time head coach in 2017. They also play in arguably the best division in the NFL. But is there a chance this is a playoff team? The Chargers have a terrifi
The phrase “build through the draft” is considered key to long-term success in professional sports. However, recent history shows few have been able to implement the expression with as much success as Los Angeles Chargers&#821
After opening holes for LaDainian Tomlinson for many years in the backfield of the Los Angeles Chargers, Lorenzo Neal will now be the guy to welcome him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in less than one month. Neal played for eight teams during his
Is coaching in Philip Rivers’ future? NFL.com’s Gil Brandt says the current quarterback would make a great head coach. Philip Rivers, professional quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers. And future coach? That’s what N
How good was Chargers WR Tyrell Williams last season? Well, he was one of the most dominant slot receivers, per Pro Football Focus. Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Tyrell Williams made a name for himself in 2016. A year after catching just two bal
Each year the NFL has players vote to rank the top 100 players in the league. Nearly every season some of the most talented athletes don’t make the list. This year, Melvin Gordon was wrongly put on the chopping block. Chargers RB Melvin Gor
The Los Angeles Chargers lost cornerback Jason Verrett to injury last season. Will the Pro Bowl corner be ready for training camp? The Chargers boast one of the best cornerback tandems in the NFL with Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward–or they
It’s been well documented here in our undrafted rookie spotlight series that defensive back is one that the Los Angeles Chargers have loaded up on this offseason. Brandon Stewart is the fourth undrafted rookie we will spotlight in this seri
I know it may sound weird to some people asking if a team that went 5-11 and is relocating after over 50 years in a city will live up to hype. But that’s where the Los Angeles Chargers have positioned themselves. With a strong offseason and
Go back to the 2015 season finale against the Denver Broncos and youll see in the box score a 90-yard touchdown from wide receiver Tyrell Williams. What is forgotten is that Williams went the first 15 games without a catch. Williams carried the momen
Are you ready for training camp? NFL teams released their training camp schedules on Thursday and according to the team’s official website, the Chargers will kick things off in Costa Mesa, Calfornia on July 30. Practices will be held from t
The rookies of the Los Angeles Chargers are coming off of their very first mini-camp. But of course, the training before the season starts is just getting into full swing. That training into the classroom this week as the class met with former Charge
Remember when the Los Angeles Chargers’ didn’t have any good options at the center position? It wasn’t that long ago that Chris Watt was struggling at the position, but last season, free-agent acquisition Matt Slauson st
The Los Angeles Chargers have put together one of the best receiving corps in the NFL and so long as everyone stays healthy, it will be one of the toughest to defend against. Philip Rivers may put up a personal record for pass attempts this season. H
Is Los Angeles Chargers QB Philip Rivers nearing retirement? The veteran doesn’t think so. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was drafted in 2004. Two years later, Rivers became the Chargers’ starting quarterback. He hasn&#821
After surprisingly being waived by the New York Giants, the Los Angeles Chargers pounced on the opportunity to pick up running back Andre Williams. While Williams did not see much of the field last season, how will he do this upcoming year? Let&#
The Los Angeles Chargers aren’t letting one of their best defensive players go. According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Chargers and defensive end Melvin Ingram have agreed to a four-year, $66 million deal with $42 million guaranteed. Th