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San Diego Chargers' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency

The San Diego Chargers enter March with a little over $30 million to spend in free agency, which is the most general manager Tom Telesco has seen since he took over in 2013. The first two years on the job forced Telesco to stick to a...Show More Summary

Todd McShay: DT Malcom Brown at No. 17 for Chargers

SAN DIEGO -- In his latest mock draft, ESPN NFL draft guru Todd McShay has the San Diego Chargers selecting University of Texas defensive tackle Malcom Brown. McShay had the Chargers selecting Florida State defensive tackle Eddie Goldman...Show More Summary

San Diego Chargers: Latest Free-Agency News and Rumors

Free-agency buzz will soon heat up in the next few weeks as the start of the new league year approaches on March 10. At 4 p.m. ET on the dot, all 2014 contracts will expire, allowing teams to court unrestricted free agents. But if you...Show More Summary

Stadium Wars: Inglewood Approves NFL Stadium; Work Can Start This Year

The race to build an NFL stadium in Los Angeles is now at its most exciting in ages. The San Francisco Raiders and San Diego Chargers just unveiled their joint plan to build a new stadium on a former...

Jarret Johnson is a fan of Mike Nolan

SAN DIEGO -- Jarret Johnson, who announced his retirement from professional football on Tuesday, talked with Steve Hartman and Mike Costa of Xtra 1360 Fox Sports radio about that and the future of the San Diego Chargers. Johnson said...Show More Summary

Chargers Must Extend Philip Rivers but Start Planning for Future Without Him

As quarterback Philip Rivers enters the final year of the six-year deal he signed back in 2009, the San Diego Chargers must simultaneously try to re-sign him and plan for a future without him. Right now, the Chargers have no heir apparent—that...Show More Summary

Qualcomm Stadium site emerging as best bet for stadium advisory group

SAN DIEGO -- The citizens' stadium advisory group tasked with finding a location and finance plan for a new stadium to house the San Diego Chargers met for a third time on Tuesday. The nine-member group appointed by San Diego Mayor Kevin...Show More Summary

Chargers, Raiders stadium ballot initiative in Carson complete

The drafting of a ballot initiative to approve the plan by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to build a stadium in Carson is complete and will be made public shortly, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations...

Panthers' Mike Tolbert puts his San Diego home on the block

Carolina Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert, who began his NFL career with the San Diego Chargers, has put his home in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego on the market at $1.3 million.

Chargers Must Keep Flowers, Draft Armstead to Complete Ultimate 2015 Defense

The San Diego Chargers have some question marks on defense heading into the offseason. How can they improve on defense? Who should they target in free agency and the draft? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Chargers defense in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Oakland Raiders fans in Bay Area plead with team to stay

As news of proposed plans by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to build a $1.7-billion stadium in Carson sunk in here, some Bay Area Raiders fans strenuously disagreed with the notion that the Southland would prove a more lucrative location.

Philip Rivers says it's too early to worry about stadium issue

Darren Smith of The Mighty 1090 talked with San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers about his mentorship of draft prospect quarterback Marcus Mariota, the re-signing of left tackle King Dunlap and the team's efforts to get a stadium...Show More Summary

Draft fits at WR for the Chargers

Keenan Allen proved in his second season he can consistently make plays in the NFL, and Malcom Floyd is a good option for San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers as a deep threat. Eddie Royal could return in free agency, but the Chargers need to add a young, explosive playmaker or two through the draft. Show More Summary

Rams coach Jeff Fisher not thinking about relocation

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- As rumors, speculation and everything in between continue to pile up on the possibility of the St. Louis Rams and/or the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers moving to Los Angeles, it can be difficult not to getShow More Summary

San Diego Chargers Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions, Post Combine

The past four days saw more than 300 prospects compete for the attention of team representatives at the scouting combine, and with the draft now a little over two months away, the San Diego Chargers have more info than ever to make final...Show More Summary

LA stadium proposal for the Chargers and Raiders has one major problem for the rest of the NFL

The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders shocked the sports world by presenting a joint-proposal to build a new stadium in Carson, California. The proposal staked their claim as the leaders in the race to return the NFL to Los Angeles, a race that also includes the St. Show More Summary

Raiders, Chargers Stadium Proposal Sends Message to Respective Cities

If there was still any lingering doubt about the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers' sincerity about pursuing a future in Los Angeles, the teams put an emphatic end to that on Thursday night. In a joint statement, the AFC West rivals...Show More Summary

“…I’m Just Sayin’”: Boycott the San Diego Chargers? (if they plan to leave)

“…I’m Just Sayin’”: Boycott the Chargers? by Will McCafferty “Hell no, we won’t go! Hell no, we won’t go!” Will this be the chant heard throughout San Diego before and during the 2015 Chargers season? Will a boycott of Chargers games be the chosen form of protest by Chargers fans? How about boycotting the sale [...]Show More Summary

Raiders owner says team is 'trying to get something done in Oakland'

The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers said their joint proposal to build a $1.7-billion stadium in Carson hinges upon whether they are able to work out new stadium deals in their home markets.

San Antonio official says Oakland Raiders lied to city about moving

It appears fans in Oakland aren't the only ones miffed by the Raiders' plans to jointly pursue a shared, $1.7-billion stadium project in Carson with the San Diego Chargers.

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