Larry English, a former first-round draft choice of the San Diego Chargers, has sold his home in Hollywood Hills West for the asking price of $3.395 million. English, who missed last season due to injury, bought the house two years ago for $2.565 million, records show. The boxy contemporary, designed...
Ryan Leaf has struggled with substance abuse issues since the end of his once-promising NFL career, and the former No. 2 overall draft pick of the San Diego Chargers said Monday that he sees much of himself in Johnny Manziel. According...Show More Summary
First look at 2016 San Diego Chargers 90-man roster
Former San Diego Chargers doctor David Chao is facing permanent revocation of his medical license.
The NFL will have to deal with another member of the Watt family, as the San Diego Chargers made fullback Derek Watt the 198th pick in the 2016 draft. Watt is the brother of Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt, who has done well establishing the family name in the NFL with four All-Pro selections and three Defensive Player of the Year trophies. Show More Summary
The Buckeye was a fan favorite, and is sure to fit in nicely in San Diego. The San Diego Chargers took linebacker Joshua Perry out of Ohio State with the No. 102 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. The former captain is a star on and off the...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers have selected USC center Max Tuerk with the third pick in the third round of the NFL draft. That should come as welcome news to Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who has been under siege in recent years. The 6-foot-5, 298-pound Tuerk suffered a season-ending knee injury...
Tom Telesco and the San Diego Chargers just aren’t good at the NFL Draft.
Day 1 of the 2016 NFL draft was packed full of more excitement than the entire 2015 draft combined. If it wasn't the San Diego Chargers shocking the world by taking Joey Bosa with the third overall pick, it was the strange fall of Laremy...Show More Summary
The Jacksonville Jaguars pounced on Florida State cornerback Jalen Ramsey with the fifth pick in the 2016 NFL draft Thursday night after the San Diego Chargers and Dallas Cowboys both passed on the versatile defensive back, and there...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers pulled off draft’s first surprise by grabbing Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa.
The San Diego Chargers came into the 2016 NFL Draft with quite a few needs to fill. It has been an interesting offseason to say the least for the Chargers, although they have not been able to make many big moves. They did bring in a couple of big pieces in free agency, but they... Show More Summary
After finishing 24th in sacks last year, the San Diego Chargers identified pass-rushing as their top priority in the 2016 NFL draft. The Chargers selected Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa with the No. 3 overall pick Thursday: In three years with the Buckeyes, Bosa collected 51 tackles for loss and 26 sacks. Show More Summary
The 2016 NFL Draft’s drama will start with the San Diego Chargers at No. 3, here’s what we’re hearing about the (...)
This probably isn't what Laremy Tunsil wanted to be dealing with right before one of the biggest moments of his life. Tunsil, the Ole Miss offensive tackle who could go as high as third overall to the San Diego Chargers in Thursday's NFL draft, was sued again this week by his stepfather Lindsey Miller. Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins trade rumors reveal an effort to get a first-round pick from the San Diego Chargers. These Dolphins rumors link the team to Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott, who could get selected at No. 4 by the Dallas Cowboys. Show More Summary
The Oakland Raiders were the odd team out in the NFL’s Los Angeles vote early this year, with the St. Louis Rams getting the go-ahead to move to Southern California and the San Diego Chargers getting first dibs on joining them should their one-year attempt at a new stadium fall flat. At the time, the […]
The San Diego Chargers rushing attack was abysmal last year and they know it. “It has to get better,” Chargers GM Tom Telesco said, via Bryce Miller of the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I don’t think we’ve ever said (the running game) wasn’t important,” Telesco said. “We just weren’t good enough at it last year.” The…
The San Diego Chargers new stadium plan could impact the way they handle themselves during the 2016 NFL Draft.
The fact that the San Diego Chargers are still in town is a bit of a surprise after their near-departure to Los Angeles in the offseason. However, not only are they still in San Diego, but a proposal for a new downtown stadium near Petco...Show More Summary