When the San Diego Chargers traded up in the 2015 draft to select Melvin Gordon, it was a signal of intent. Intent that the franchise believed it was in position to contend in the AFC. Trading up for a running back in the first round...Show More Summary
Mike Riley once coached Jim Harbaugh on a 1-15 San Diego Chargers team. Unless some big upsets happen and the Big Ten Championship features Nebraska and Michigan, a matchup of new coaches Mike Riley and Jim Harbaugh won't happen in 2015. Show More Summary
Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole always has a finger on the pulse of the league. What is Cole hearing about contract negotiations between Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers? Will Rivers get an extension before the 2015 season begins? Watch as Cole discusses the latest about the Chargers quarterback in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
San Diego's training camp in Chargers Park is set to begin on July 30th. Which position battle is the most important for the team's success in 2015? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL analyst Matt Miller makes his pick in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Training camp for the San Diego Chargers begins this week, and it shouldn't be long until standouts emerge from practices. The following players have been included in this list because they exhibit qualities that should get them noticed at Chargers Park. Show More Summary
The family of Junior Seau will not be allowed to address the crowd when the late San Diego Chargers linebacker is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month, according to the New York Times.
Seau, a former linebacker for the San Diego Chargers, committed suicide in 2012 and had a subsequent diagnosis of traumatic brain injury. The Hall of Fame said it had eliminated speeches for deceased inductees to save time.
2015 San Diego Chargers training camp preview
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Mike McCoy has gone 9-7 in each of his first two seasons as head coach of the San Diego Chargers, and while that may be a winning record to some, it has produced only one trip to the postseason. Getting back to the playoffs is easier...Show More Summary
The AFC West and NFC West feature some of the strongest teams in the league. Here's what you should watch out for when training camp gets underway. Other than the occasional strong year from the San Diego Chargers, the AFC West and NFC...Show More Summary
Philip Rivers' future with the San Diego Chargers has been hotly debated this offseason, and if the team has its way, the 33-year-old won't be leaving Southern California. Continue for updates. Chargers Aiming for New Deal Prior to Start...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers are nearing the opening of their 2015 training camp hosted at Chargers Park. How quickly will first-round pick Melvin Gordon make an impact? Does the team have a tight end to fill in during Antonio Gates' suspension?...Show More Summary
It has been well over a month since the San Diego Chargers held the last of their OTAs, but in just 10 days comes the start of training camp when players will strap up for full-contact practices. It's there at Chargers Park where the...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers' roster is far from perfect, as is the case with just about every other team gearing up for the 2015 season, but a select few positional units stand out as being either the best or worst. Each positional unit on...Show More Summary
The San Diego City Council convened on Wednesday for a discussion on a proposed study that would assess the environmental impact of building a new stadium for the San Diego Chargers. The study, which was approved, will run the city about $2.1 million, according to NBC 7 in San Diego. Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers are a few weeks away from the start of training camp, and though it may be early to project the final 53-man roster without a single full-contact practice or preseason game to go off, we're going to take a stab...Show More Summary
The San Diego City Council is set Tuesday to decide whether to spend $2.1 million on planning for a new Chargers stadium -- despite the fact the team says it will be a "gigantic waste of taxpayer time and money."
A look at a recent poll in San Diego suggesting that citizens view Comic-Con to be more important to the city than the San Diego Chargers. What exactly does this mean?
The San Diego Chargers might be overlooked in the AFC West but hope to surprise fans in 2015. What makes them contenders? Which players should fans keep an eye on? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller breaks down the Chargers' upcoming season in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com