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5 Risky Picks the Denver Broncos Must Consider in the 2014 NFL Draft

Nothing is a sure bet in the NFL draft. Just ask the San Diego Chargers about Ryan Leaf or the Oakland Raiders about JaMarcus Russell. We laugh at those picks now, but they looked like home runs at the time. ESPN.com's Todd McShay had...Show More Summary

Chargers pick up option on Corey Liuget

The San Diego Chargers have joined the group of teams to exercise their fifth-year options on 2011 NFL Draft selections. According to Field Yates of ESPN.com, the Chargers have picked up their team option on defensive tackle Corey Liuget. Liuget was the 18th overall selection of the 2011 NFL Draft. As per terms of the…

Jets are in for a treat if CJ can emulate LT

Everybody thought LaDainian Tomlinson was ready for a rocking chair at the age of 30. He was a diminished player for the San Diego Chargers in 2009, finishing the season with a hard-to-watch game against the New York Jets in the playoffs...Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper Mock 4.0: Chargers

Speed and playmaking ability on both sides of the ball -- major areas of need for the San Diego Chargers -- are addressed in ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper's fourth 2014 mock draft, available today on ESPN Insider. With the Chargers selecting No. Show More Summary

How Tom Telesco Can Win the 2014 NFL Draft for the San Diego Chargers

Tom Telesco 's first NFL draft as the San Diego Chargers' general manager in 2013 was a rousing success. His first three picks all became starters for a team that exceeded expectations by finishing 9-7 and making the playoffs. The Chargers' woeful defense can use a few players capable of contributing right away in 2014. Show More Summary

Assigning Odds to Every Potential San Diego Chargers 1st-Round Pick

Round 1 of the NFL draft will officially commence in a matter of weeks, begging the question as to who the San Diego Chargers will be selecting with the 25th pick overall. After keeping a watchful eye on the mock drafts in the last few months, there has been some slight changes as to who the experts are predicting to the Bolts in the first round. Show More Summary

Our Favorite Photos – Charger Girl Jennifer O.

This month is our Tenth Anniversary and to celebrate we’re posting some of our all-time favorite photos. San Diego Charger Girl Jennifer O. in 2008. I’ve been a Chargers season ticket holder since 1999 and I have seen Charger Girls come and go.  There have been many memorable Charger Girls over the years and one [...]

Brandon Dixon Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Northwest Missouri St CB

Brandon Dixon, CB, Northwest Missouri State (HT: 5’11.375”; WT: 199 lbs) NFL Comparison: Derek Cox, Cornerback, San Diego Chargers Positives His height and weight are the NFL average for starting cornerbacks. Some teams won't consider...Show More Summary

Best and Worst Case Scenarios for San Diego Chargers' Top 3 Picks

The San Diego Chargers drafted D.J. Fluker, Manti Te'o and Keenan Allen with their top three picks last year—all three of whom developed into starters in their rookie seasons. In this year's loaded draft class, San Diego is primed to...Show More Summary

5 Available Free Agents Still Within the San Diego Chargers Reach

The San Diego Chargers have been fairly quiet in free agency this offseason, but there's still 24 days until the NFL draft, and there are still hungry veterans out on the open market the Chargers could pick up at key positions. Last year, the Chargers signed Jarius Wynn and Deon Butler in April. Show More Summary

WWE News: Shawne Merriman Signs On To Become WWE Wrestler

Former NFL Linebacker Shawne Merriman seems to have found a new calling in pro-wrestling, as the former San Diego Charger recently signed with World Wrestling Entertainment, better known as WWE. Merriman was spotted at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida a couple months ago and even tweeted a picture of himself where he had

Congratulations 2014 San Diego Charger Girls!

This year’s team, which was announced last night, is comprised of 13 veterans and 15 rookies, and includes two Angelas, two Angelicas/Anjelicas, two Bridgets, and a set of twins. Click here for photos from finals, and click here for video! [2014 Charger Girls]

Kouandjio gets chance to work out at Alabama’s second pro day

Alabama held its second pro-day workout on April 8 and it was attended by 10 NFL teams, including Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky, San Diego Chargers offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris and a defensive line coach from the Detroit Lions. Show More Summary

San Diego Chargers 2014 NFL Draft: Fact or Fiction

The 2014 NFL draft is nearly upon us, and the numbers from college seasons, the combine and pro days are all finally in, so fans and media members alike are watching the San Diego Chargers and the other 31 NFL teams for any indication...Show More Summary

Nick Hardwick thinks Philip Rivers is primed for best season of his career

In his first year under new head coach Mike McCoy, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers out together arguably the best season of his career. Chargers’ center Nick Hardwick thinks Rivers can reach even loftier heights this fall. In an interview with Mike Costa and Judson Richards on XTRA Sports 1360 in San Diego, Hardwick…

Our Favorite Photos – Charger Girl Jacquelyn

This month is our Tenth Anniversary and to celebrate we’re posting some of our all-time favorite photos. San Diego Charger Girl Jacquelyn in 2009. 2009 was a good year…with respect to the Charger Girls.  They had a great looking squad that year and several of my all time favorite Charger Girls were on that team.  [...]

Which 2014 Draft Prospect Should the Chargers Pair with Keenan Allen?

Even though wide receiver isn’t one of the San Diego Chargers’ biggest needs, it’s a position they should be keeping an eye on. The 2014 NFL draft is loaded with quality receivers, so there could be a lot more value on the board. General manager Tom Telesco knows a thing or two about finding value at wide receiver in the draft. Show More Summary

Bolts open to new digs at Qualcomm site

Mark Fabiani, special counsel to San Diego Chargers president Dean Spanos, and the point person for the team’s effort to secure a new stadium, provided an update on the team’s stadium effort in an interview with Dan Sileo of The Mighty...Show More Summary

Who Are the Experts Predicting to Chargers in the 1st Round of the NFL Draft?

The experts have been hard at work in pumping out mock drafts to satisfy the people, and the most recent versions explore a wide variety of prospects for the San Diego Chargers. With the 25th pick overall, the Chargers can go in a number...Show More Summary

Scout's take: Chargers' cornerbacks

This week’s examination of the top positional needs on the San Diego Chargers' roster continues with ESPN NFL insider Matt Williamson taking a closer look at the cornerback group. Fourth-year pro Shareece Wright emerged as a solid player...Show More Summary

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