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2015 NFL mock draft: T.J. Clemmings to San Diego Chargers at No. 17

Having already signed Orlando Franklin to a big free agent deal, could the Chargers double down on offensive line investments in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft? Philip Rivers is a really good quarterback, but the San Diego Chargers find themselves, once again, making an effort to fix his pass protection after he was sacked 36 times in 2014. Show More Summary

Chargers Mock Draft: Instant Contributors San Diego Can Find in Every Round

If history has taught us anything about the NFL draft, it's that instant contributors can come from anywhere. But in the case of the San Diego Chargers, who have just six selections as opposed to the standard seven picks, the odds of finding that next gem have been slightly diminished. Show More Summary

Fairfax student’s patented cleat designs are catching company eyes

San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson was expected to be among the NFL’s top performers in the fall of 2008. A former league MVP, Tomlinson, known for his churning legs and quick feet, was one of the most reliable running backs, and he was set for another banner year.Read full article >>

Facebook Marketing: Hidden Tactics and Tricks from Leading Brands at #SMMW15

How are successful brands like Century 21, Western Union, Roadtrip Nation and the San Diego Chargers building and sustaining their Facebook communities? This Social Media Marketing World (#SMMW15) panel touted engagement as a key to a great community. Planning One key to great content goes back to planning. Joel Price, manager of new media, San [...]

Would You Trade No. 2 Overall Pick in 2015 NFL Draft for Philip Rivers?

The Tennessee Titans have the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. What will the Titans do with that No. 2 pick? Could they draft Marcus Mariota ? Could the Titans look to trade that pick for San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip...Show More Summary

Ex-coaches talk up Orlando Franklin, Patrick Robinson

PHOENIX -- It’s always interesting to get a different perspective from coaches of other teams who worked with new additions to the San Diego Chargers. At the NFC coaches breakfast Wednesday morning, we had a chance to catch up with two...Show More Summary

NFL expansion doesn't look like an option

PHOENIX -- Throughout the process of relocation and the various attempts to either bring football to Los Angeles or keep the St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in their current markets, many have been left to wonder...Show More Summary

Mike McCoy says Branden Oliver can be a workhorse back

PHOENIX -- With the loss of running back Ryan Mathews to the Philadelphia Eagles in free agency, the San Diego Chargers are in need of a workhorse running back who can handle the majority of the carries. While San Diego likely will look...Show More Summary

Dean Spanos hopeful he can keep Philip Rivers, Chargers put

Chargers owner Dean Spanos said he wanted to make sure Philip Rivers retired a San Diego Charger. And even though those are two separate issues, Spanos is confident he can make things work with his current city and his current quarterback. As the league meetings buzzes with news and/or speculation about Los Angeles, Spanos told Jim…

Chargers have no backup plan for Philip Rivers

PHOENIX -- After days of speculation that the team was ready to move on from Philip Rivers, the San Diego Chargers finally went on the offensive, with general manager Tom Telesco putting to rest rumors that the 33-year-old quarterback...Show More Summary

NFL says no blackouts in 2015

PHOENIX -- Fans of the San Diego Chargers may have some uncertainty as to where the team will play in 2016, but at least they can be assured every game will be on television locally for the upcoming season. NFL owners approved suspension of the local blackout policy for the preseason and regular season in 2015. Show More Summary

Updated AFC West Power Rankings After NFL Free Agency

The AFC West made some major moves during the NFL's free-agency period. The Kansas City Chiefs added wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, and the San Diego Chargers signed offensive lineman Orlando Franklin. Who is the new lead dog in the AFC...Show More Summary

Ranking the 2015 Impact of the San Diego Chargers' Free-Agent Signings so Far

A conservative approach to free agency has been a difficult pill to swallow for fans of the San Diego Chargers, but rest assured that every signing will have some sort of impact in 2015. General manager Tom Telesco added six new players to the roster and retained four from last season, hitting needs and filling out depth at certain positions. Show More Summary

Edge rushers to watch for Chargers

SAN DIEGO -- Two weeks into free agency, the San Diego Chargers still have not addressed the need for more pass-rush help on the perimeter. That means defensive coordinator John Pagano expects players like Melvin Ingram, Jeremiah Attaochu, Tourek Williams and Cordarro Law to play more impactful roles in 2015. Show More Summary

Carson NFL stadium backers get 14,000 ballot initiative signatures

The plan to build a $1.7-billion stadium for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in Carson moved ahead Saturday as backers submitted more than 14,000 signatures in support of a ballot initiative for the project.

Chargers add playmaker to secondary with Patrick Robinson signing

SAN DIEGO – Defensively, the San Diego Chargers have managed just 18 interceptions the past two seasons, tied for second-worst in the NFL over that time frame. The addition of cornerback Patrick Robinson, who signed a one-year, $2 million...Show More Summary

Not surprising to see Saints, Patrick Robinson go separate ways

METAIRIE, La. – It’s not a big surprise that the New Orleans Saints let cornerback Patrick Robinson get away to the San Diego Chargers in free agency on Thursday. As I wrote before, although the Saints have repeatedly shown faith inShow More Summary

Patrick Robinson to Chargers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The San Diego Chargers have reportedly reached a deal with free-agent cornerback Patrick Robinson on a one-year, $3 million contract. He spent the first five seasons of his career with the New Orleans Saints. Aaron Wilson of NationalFootballPost.com...Show More Summary

What Does the Future Hold for Philip Rivers?

For the past nine seasons, the San Diego Chargers have been led by quarterback Philip Rivers. The 33-year-old member of the famed "QB Class of 2004" has guided the Chargers to five playoff appearances, coming within a game of the Super...Show More Summary

Phillip Rivers Will Let His Current Contract Run Out Before Resigning

Phillip Rivers will likely not resign with the San Diego Chargers before his current deal runs out.

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