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Setting Realistic Expectations for Each San Diego Chargers Rookie

All five members of the San Diego Chargers 2015 draft class will be met with expectations to shoot for next season. For those who were selected early, the pressure is on to validate their draft slot with an impressive rookie campaign, while those taken later may have smaller goals in mind. Show More Summary

How Much Does Chargers' Future Hall of Fame TE Antonio Gates Have Left?

Antonio Gates has posted incredible numbers throughout his career as the San Diego Chargers' tight end but has clearly entered the twilight of his NFL career. What should we expect from Gates in 2015? How will he preform without Eddie Royal? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Gates' future in the video above. Show More Summary

Predicting the Last 5 In, Last 5 Out for San Diego Chargers' Final 53-Man Roster

The San Diego Chargers open training camp in late July with the hope of finding the best 53 players for the start of the 2015 season. A big part of that process will be determining which players on the roster bubble make it and which don't. Show More Summary

Melvin Gordon impresses in San Diego

In his first two months in San Diego, Chargers rookie running back Melvin Gordon has shown he’s ready to handle anything thrown at him. Chargers running back coach Ollie Wilson says Gordon has picked up the offense quickly and is improving in his understanding of pass protection, which he didn’t do a lot of at…

San Diego Chargers: Full Position Breakdown and Depth-Chart Analysis at RB

The San Diego Chargers had their sights set on unleashing a three-headed monster at running back in 2014, but before they could even make it to the bye week, injuries had slain that monster. Going into next season, the Bolts have a new...Show More Summary

Why the NFL Won't Pick Winners (or a Loser) in Race to Los Angeles

For three fan bases, the arrival of the 2015 season will induce as much nervousness as excitement. That's because any of the St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers or Oakland Raiders could end up with Los Angeles in their name next season. Seemingly,...Show More Summary

Way-Too-Early 2015 Stat Projections for San Diego Chargers Running Backs

The San Diego Chargers have many options at running back heading into the 2015 season. What are realistic expectations for the Chargers backfield? Who will become the featured back? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Chargers running backs in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Chargers Tickets Up 15% On Secondary Market Amid Franchise Uncertainty And New Dynamic Pricing

There will be plenty of uncertainty surrounding the San Diego Chargers this season, and ticket prices will only further fog the picture. Talks for financing a new stadium between the team and the city of San Diego broke down last week, bringing questions for the future of the franchise in [...]

Fact or Fiction for San Diego Chargers' Biggest Offseason Question Marks

The offseason has presented a handful of questions for the San Diego Chargers, many of which can't be answered right away, but they will be in due course. Most of those questions hinge on whether certain individuals can meet the expectations put on them ahead of the 2015 season. Show More Summary

San Diego Chargers: Full Position Breakdown and Depth-Chart Analysis at WR

The San Diego Chargers are better off at receiver than they were last year. A couple of free-agent signings during the offseason helped get them to that point, but the improvement of a young player or two has also contributed to the overall depth. Show More Summary

Top Storylines to Watch for at San Diego Chargers 2015 Minicamp

The San Diego Chargers have many storylines to follow heading into their minicamp. Who is a player to watch on offense? How will the defense perform? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Chargers in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Winners and Losers of San Diego Chargers' Offseason so Far

The San Diego Chargers have endured a lot of stress in the offseason, what with the possibility of relocation and all, but like most teams, they have learned to take the bad with the good. While the stadium issue, reported by KPBS, has...Show More Summary

How a Sydney Girl Beat Out Hundreds of Cheerleaders to Land a Spot with the San Diego Chargers

By Shireen Khalil The Herald Sun In school she had high hopes of becoming an international cheerleader — now an official cheerleader for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers, Angela Minucos has realised her dream. After working up the courage to audition for the Chargers’ cheerleading squad, Ms Minucos beat more than 400 other women to [...]

Why D.J. Fluker Is San Diego Chargers' Best Bet at Right Guard

The San Diego Chargers are standing behind the decision to keep D.J. Fluker at tackle, even if guard is where he should be playing next season. General manager Tom Telesco was asked in February if the team had plans to move Fluker inside...Show More Summary

LaDainian Tomlinson to have No. 21 retired by San Diego Chargers

LaDainian Tomlinson probably doesn't get enough due, historically. He's one of the greatest running backs in NFL history. He's fifth all time in rushing yards and yards from scrimmage, second all time in rushing touchdowns, and his 2006 MVP season stands as one of the greatest seasons the NFL has ever seen. Show More Summary

LaDainian Tomlinson to Have Number Retired, Be Inducted to Chargers Hall of Fame

LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 12,490 yards, scored 153 total touchdowns, was a three-time All-Pro and won an MVP award during his nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers. Now, the team will honor the legendary running back by retiring his number and inducting him into its Hall of Fame. Chargers president A.G. Show More Summary

Corey Liuget Has Much to Prove to Justify Huge Payday from San Diego Chargers

He has talent, he’s young, and he was set to become a free agent in 2016, so the San Diego Chargers re-signed defensive end Corey Liuget, the team announced. It’s a five-year deal worth about $50 million with $30 million in guarantees, per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Show More Summary

Corey Liuget signs multi-year extension with Chargers

The 25-year-old defensive lineman led the team in sacks last season. The San Diego Chargers and defensive end Corey Liuget have agreed on a new contract extension, the team announced Tuesday evening. Liuget, who was entering the final...Show More Summary

Corey Liuget, Chargers Agree to New Contract

The San Diego Chargers announced they have rewarded defensive lineman Corey Liuget for his four productive seasons with the team, signing him to a multiyear contract extension on Tuesday. The extension is a wise one for the Chargers....Show More Summary

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