Here are some thoughts on the San Diego Chargers after watching the fourth of the team's 10 organized team activities on Monday.
Chargers chairman Dean Spanos and Mark Fabiani met with San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer and others to start negotiations towards the possible funding of a new stadium for the team.
Good morning.Michael Gehlken of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that inside linebacker Denzel Perryman was scolded by the San Diego Chargers coaching staff for playing in a dodgeball charity event over the weekend co-hosted by teammate Corey Liuget.
San Diego Chargers offensive lineman plans to shed some weight as he looks to improve on his play from last season.
Veteran safety Eric Weddle has been informed by the Chargers that the team will not pursue contract extension talks with him this year.
After Philip Rivers went back and evaluated every single pass he threw in 2014, here are three points of emphasis for the Chargers' QB this offseason.
The Chargers probably have to resolve their stadium situation before focusing on Philip Rivers' future, but that doesn't mean he's likely to leave.
Here's the latest on the Chargers.
Here are three things ESPN reporter Eric D. Williams will be looking for during Monday's Chargers practice session.
With the Chargers seeking to lock up QB Philip Rivers to an extension this offseason, it helps to look at his current contract and how it stacks up.
The fifth-year defensive tackle led the Chargers in sacks and tackles for loss in 2014.
A trimmer Melvin Ingram is hoping to be more productive and play in a full, 16-game season for just the second time in his NFL career.
Nick Canepa of The San Diego Union Tribune believes team has done enough this offseason to compete for an elusive AFC West title.
Assistant believes addition of running back Melvin Gordon will benefit team on both sides of the ball.
While some think the offensive line is the Chargers' weakness, ESPN reporter Eric D. Williams says edge rusher and defensive line are bigger needs.
San Diego Chargers quarterback plans to work on taking easier completions when they are available to him this coming season.
Here are some thoughts on the San Diego Chargers after watching the first of the team's 10 organized team activities on Tuesday.
A spokesman for San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer says city and county officials will sit down with executives from the Chargers on Tuesday to begin negotiations for a new stadium.
San Diego's mayor and Chargers chairman Dean Spanos are set to begin negotiations on building a new NFL stadium in San Diego.
Good morning.Tom Krasovic of The San Diego Union-Tribune writes that cornerback Jason Verrett was one of the players who stood out during the first day of organized team activities for the San Diego Chargers on Tuesday.
Football Outsiders identifies the top remaining needs for Kansas City, Denver, Oakland and San Diego, including the Chiefs' lack of a vertical passing game.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics -- including Geno Smith and "Hard Knocks" -- in video form regarding each of their teams.
Speaking to reporters for the first time since draft-day trade speculation, Philip Rivers said he wants to stay with the Chargers long term, because "we haven't accomplished the ultimate goal."
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