A Chargers offensive line that struggled to stay healthy last season was among the worst in the league and is in need of an infusion of youth.
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Robinson is flying under the radar
The former first-round pick won't ever be elite, but he has been a solid starting corner. While he might not live up to the billing of his draft status, Patrick Robinson would be a solid addition for multiple teams in free agency. Free-agent sleepers (Insider)
Predicting the Chargers' offseason
Eric D. Williams expects the Chargers to keep unrestricted free agent Antonio Gates in the fold. He's still playing at a high level, and San Diego is interested in retaining his services. Offseason predictions
Prediction: Butterfingers bite back in SB
Melvin Gordon is no stranger to fumbling against the Packers -- he had two (losing one) in a Week 6 loss in Green Bay. Thomas Neumann thinks that game could foreshadow Super Bowl LVII. The next 25 Super Bowls
Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt, back with the San Diego Chargers in the role he held in 2013, likes running back Melvin Gordon's potential.
Former Charger Shawne Merriman had a comeback when the Jacksonville Jaguars zinged him by Tweeting a video of a Maurice Jones-Drew block in 2007.
Antonio Gates sounds likely to return to the Chargers' tight end corps next season, but who else will be joining him?
The NFL has a stacked offseason to-do list. With Super Bowl 50 now behind us, let's run through the top priorities.
The Chargers have hired Fred Maas to work on the team's efforts to reach a deal with San Diego on a new stadium.
Chargers must give Rivers more time
Most teams with a QB of Philip Rivers' caliber would be at least above average. But his lack of protection -- in a division that hounds QBs -- gives our panel little faith in the Chargers. Way-too-early Power Rankings
A roundup of Chargers stories from around the Internet, including Las Vegas' take on the team's chances in 2016.
Time is ticking for the Chargers and the city to work together on a fair proposal for the future of the NFL team's stadium.
The former Chargers coach made significant contributions to the game of football, yet those contributions will not be rewarded with a bust this year.
For the second time since 2010, former Chargers coach Don Coryell is among 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
For the second time since 2010, Don Coryell is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Will he get in this time around?
Mike Sando's Chargers grade, the stadium issue and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt's return highlight today's news and notes.
Philip Rivers isn't going anywhere soon, but the Chargers need to boost their depth.
Chargers' moves look worse in hindsight
San Diego was active in free agency last offseason, but a few pricey signings don't look so good a year later. Meanwhile, Melvin Gordon didn't live up to his first-round billing. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Chargers are 50-1 to win Super Bowl LI
San Diego is tied with several teams in Vegas and ahead of only Cleveland and San Francisco. While the Chargers struggled a year ago, they have what many bottom feeders don't: an elite quarterback. Every team's odds
A roundup of interesting stories around the web about the Chargers.
From one Rebel to another
Todd McShay had the Chargers selecting Robert Nkemdiche in his initial Mock Draft. McShay now has San Diego solidifying its O-line instead of its defense, but still selecting an Ole Miss standout. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
How hasn't Philip Rivers won yet?
Apparently, Rivers' peers can't believe he hasn't won a ring yet. San Diego's QB received 31 percent of the vote when over 300 players were asked "Which current QB do you think should've won a Super Bowl by now?" Super Bowl Confidential
Will Antonio Gates be back in 2016?
The Chargers' longtime Pro Bowl tight end continues to battle nagging injuries, but he also keeps finding the end zone. Will Gates hang 'em up this offseason or return for a 14th NFL season? NFL rumors roundup
The Chargers have to get more physical up front on both sides of the football and replace one of the best safeties in the game.