Remember all the emotion at the final home games for the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers last season? Get ready to do it all again in 2016. The Chargers announced they're staying in San Diego for the 2016 season, and the Raiders...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers finalized their coaching staff for the 2016 season on Tuesday and announced former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees as one of their last hires. Rees will serve as an offensive assistant after beginning his coaching...Show More Summary
San Diego Chargers running back Melvin Gordon joins SB Nation for a round of Answer The Question to show off his knowledge of food, geography and how to get Cam Newton to stop dancing.
The long-term location for the San Diego Chargers is still in doubt after the franchise was considered alongside the Los Angeles Rams and the Oakland Raiders as a candidate to move to Los Angeles this offseason. Continue for updates. Chargers Announce New Special Advisor Monday, Feb. Show More Summary
Mr. McCoy, the Buffalo Bills running back, and a former San Diego Chargers player, Curtis Brinkley, were reportedly involved in a dispute at a Philadelphia club.
Now that the season is over, the order for the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft is final. The draft starts April 28. The order… 1. Tennessee Titans 2. Cleveland Browns 3. San Diego Chargers 4. Dallas Cowboys 5. Jacksonville Jaguars 6. Baltimore Ravens 7. San Francisco 49ers 8. Miami Dolphins 9. Tampa Bay…
Controversial former San Diego Chargers doctor David Chao has become a Twitter sensation. Not everyone is comfortable with that.
It’s been 18 years since the San Diego Chargers picked QB Ryan Leaf 2nd in the draft to Peyton Manning who’s playing in the Super Bowl this weekend. Leaf is long removed from his playing days where he never lived up to the hype, much like what Johnny Manziel is doing right now. Ryan Leaf, […]
Antonio Gates has spent his entire 13-year career with the San Diego Chargers. Both the team and the veteran tight end are hoping he'll finish his career with the franchise. Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported Monday that Gates and the Chargers remain hopeful he'll return despite hitting unrestricted free agency. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Depending on what the San Diego Chargers decide to do, the Oakland Raiders may be in play for a Los Angeles relocation. But if you ask the mayor of L.A., he hopes both the Chargers and Raiders stay put. However, the Raiders have different plans. They have their sights set on…Las Vegas. Can you imagine? […] The post Raiders Flirting with Las Vegas appeared first on Balltribe.
News of an agreement between the San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Rams to share the proposed Inglewood, Ca. stadium was announced Friday. But within a few hours, Chargers owner Dean Spanos said his team would remain in San Diego for the 2016 season — and possibly beyond, if a long-term stadium solution is found. Chargers players were quick to […]
When the St. Louis Rams' triumphant return to Los Angeles was announced earlier this month, word also came down that the NFL had given the San Diego Chargers the option to leave SD and join the Rams in their...
Although the Chargers have agreed, as first reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune, in principle to join the Rams in L.A. and share a stadium in Inglewood, it appears their future still could remain in San Diego. Chargers owner Dean...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers will remain in their current home for the 2016 season, and team owner Dean Spanos announced Friday his goal is to get a new stadium in San Diego. Spanos broke the news in an open letter to Chargers fans: I have...Show More Summary
San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos said today that his team will play the 2016 NFL season in its home city and added, “I hope for the long term in a new stadium.” Statement from Dean Spanos. READ: https://t.co/HGs7vmBWJc pic.twitter.com/NMvaHkIcMT —...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers reached an agreement in principle with the Rams on Friday to share a planned stadium in Inglewood, according to multiple reports. It’s now up to Chargers owner Dean Spanos to decide if will restart stadium negotiations in San Diego or go all-in on Los Angeles. The agreement...
The San Diego Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams have reached a tentative agreement on sharing a stadium, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on Friday.
The Chargers are still the San Diego Chargers. But they may become the Los Angeles Chargers in a year. Owner Dean Spanos announced today that the team is staying in San Diego this year, but he also announced that an agreement has been reached with the Los Angeles Rams that would allow the teams to…
The Chargers moved one step closer to relocating to Los Angeles on Friday. The San Diego Chargers will be joining the St. Louis Rams in Los Angeles next season. According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union Tribune, the Chargers have...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers cleared a major hurdle in their potential move north to Los Angeles. Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported the Chargers have agreed in principle with the Los Angeles Rams on a ground-sharing plan in Inglewood, California. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com