Five-time Pro Bowl quarterback Philip Rivers has set countless franchise records for the San Diego Chargers over the past decade, but his best contribution to the team this year may be vacating his spot for Oregon’s Marcus Mariota. With...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers and St. Louis Rams are the most likely trade partners for the Titans, but all three have obstacles that could prevent a deal from being made. When the Tennessee Titans go on the clock with the...Show More Summary
With the 2015 draft about to get underway next week, a stroll down memory lane might be in order. The San Diego Chargers have drafted 33 players in the past five years, not all of whom made the roster their rookie year. But of the ones...Show More Summary
It’s been a tumultuous offseason for the San Diego Chargers. They’ ve sparred with the city over a new stadium and angered fans by eyeing one in Los Angeles. The team’s franchise quarterback, Philip Rivers, doesn ’t want to talk about a new contract, despite the team’s overtures. Show More Summary
Two months after unveiling plans and renderings for a stadium in Carson, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have completely overhauled their design for the $1.7-billion project.
The San Diego Chargers hold the 17th pick in the 2015 NFL draft and will look to build upon their roster. Which positions should they target? Who is an ideal fit in San Diego? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Chargers' draft in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The local city council has approved a proposal to build a stadium to to host the the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders. The good news for Charlotte: If this deal goes through and the Raiders and Chargers move to Carson, it takes the greater Los Angeles market out of play. That greatly reduces relocation […]
The highly anticipated release of the 2015 schedule has NFL fans pumped for the start of a new year. Fans of the San Diego Chargers, however, may not be as excited to see that six playoff teams from 2014 are on tap for the Bolts next season. Show More Summary
Lawmakers in a Los Angeles suburb on Tuesday night voted to approve construction of a 70,000-seat National Football League stadium that could accommodate a proposed return of the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders.
The Carson City Council unanimously approved a privately financed stadium for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders on Tuesday night, barely two months after the public announcement of the proposed $1.7-billion project.
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Performance from last season when they were under the direction of former New England Patriots Cheerleader and San Diego Charger Girl Alexa Flutie.
San Diego Chargers schedule analysis
The 2015 season is playoffs-or-bust for the San Diego Chargers, and they now know the schedule they must navigate to get there. San Diego finished a respectable 9-7 in 2014 but missed the postseason in a deep AFC. If it can find a way...Show More Summary
A Los Angeles suburb is expected to decide on Tuesday whether to approve plans to build a 70,000-seat NFL stadium that could house the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders, officials said.
San Diego Chargers star safety Eric Weddle is skipping the start of the team's offseason workouts and seeking a new contract ahead of the 2015 NFL season. Continue for updates. Report: Weddle Wants New Deal Monday, April 20 Ian Rapoport...Show More Summary
LaDainian Tomlinson cast further doubt on Philip Rivers' future with the San Diego Chargers, saying Monday that he doesn't believe Rivers will remain with the organization. Speaking on the NFL Network, the Chargers' all-time leadingShow More Summary
One month and two days ago, jarring news emerged from San Diego: Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said he has no plans to extend his contract before it expires after the current season — and that he has real concerns about moving his family to Los Angeles. Coupled with the team’s decision to take a closer look…
Todd McShay: Marcus Mariota a fit in San Diego Chargers' offense
After 538 yards in 15 games in 2012, the illustrious career of San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates was supposed to be winding down. It was Gates’ fourth straight year of decline, he was on the wrong side of 30 and the Chargers...Show More Summary