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.
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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."
Melvin Gordon said the pace during team drills was much different than what he experienced a few weeks earlier during rookie minicamp.
Chargers safety Eric Weddle skipped the beginning of OTAs on Tuesday as he remains unhappy with his contract status, but coach Mike McCoy said the team isn't "waiting for anybody."
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Good morning.Steve Bosh of KUSI TV in San Diego reports that a group of San Diego Chargers fans, led by former San Diego city attorney Mike Aguirre, is mulling over the possibility of filing an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL to block the team from moving to Los Angeles.
The NFL is beginning to examine what the cost of moving to Los Angeles will be for the teams that get the green light to go.
Eric Weddle has said he won't be participating, so who will be in the mix at safety? First-round pick Melvin Gordon also will get a lot of attention.
On issues from Deflategate to Los Angeles relocation, NFL owners are showing how unity keeps them powerful, John Clayton writes. Plus: blocking extra points, the NFLPA's angle and more.
In this series we take a look at 16 players for the Chargers 25 years of age or younger who could be considered foundational players.
If the Chargers, Raiders or Rams move to Los Angeles, they'd likely have to pay the league a substantial amount of money.
Kyle Emanuel has to prove he can produce similar collegiate results against the much more athletic offensive tackles he'll face in the NFL.
According to an NFL Network report, the San Diego Chargers are now optimistic about getting a contract extension done with Philip Rivers.
The Chargers' average annual player salary is $2.1 million. The franchise's total player payroll of $113.2 million ranks 42nd.
ESPN experts weigh in on Melvin Gordon and more.
The lightning bolt logo and the throwback uniforms earn particularly high marks.
San Diego Chargers chairman Dean Spanos reiterated that his priority remains keeping the franchise in its home city.
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