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6 San Diego Chargers Players Poised for a Breakout Campaign in 2015

In the short history of the Mike McCoy-Tom Telesco regime, it always seems to be the unlikeliest players to break out for the San Diego Chargers. In 2013, it was third-round draft choice Keenan Allen. When injuries to the receiving corps...Show More Summary

Stadium Wars: The Chargers and Raiders Officially Have Land For an NFL Stadium in Carson

The plan to build a $1.7-billion NFL stadium for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to share in suburban Carson took a huge step forward yesterday as it secured its 157 acres on the almost uncontaminated site of...

Joe Barksdale to Chargers: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The San Diego Chargers upgraded their offensive line Tuesday, reportedly coming to terms with offensive tackle Joe Barksdale, one of the few talented players remaining in free agency. NFL insider Rand Getlin had the report: Ian Rapoport...Show More Summary

Who Will Win San Diego Chargers' Slot Cornerback Battle?

With offenses so accustomed to spreading the field with three or more receivers nowadays, every defense should have at least one capable defender in the slot, if not more. The position is seldom easy, however. Slot cornerbacks can be...Show More Summary

Carmen Policy joins Chargers, Raiders in push for new Los Angeles area stadium

In 1995, Carmen Policy was on a three-person committee charged with keeping the NFL in the Los Angeles. That didn’t work, obviously. But now Policy has been tabbed by the San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Raiders to help bring professional football back to the Los Angeles area, as they’ve hired him to oversee their […]

Raiders, Chargers Hire Ex-49ers Chief Carmen Policy to Push L.A.-Area Stadium

The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders continued their push toward moving to Los Angeles by hiring former NFL executive Carmen Policy to head their efforts to build a stadium in nearby Carson. Policy and Chargers executive Mark Fabiani confirmed the hire Monday. Show More Summary

Chargers, Raiders add heavy hitter Carmen Policy to Carson stadium bid

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In a move that adds muscle to their joint pursuit of a football stadium in Carson, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have hired a heavyweight in the world of NFL politics.

San Diego committee unveils $1.1 billion Chargers stadium plan

Will a new stadium plan be enough to keep the Chargers in San Diego? A new $1.1 billion venue that could be the future home of the San Diego Chargers was revealed on Monday afternoon by a city task force. However, early reports indicate...Show More Summary

San Diego announces stadium financing plan amid Spanos ownership shift

There's a lot of uncertainty surrounding the San Diego Chargers, but a couple of news items on Monday might start to clear some of it up. San Diego announced a financing plan for a new $1.1 billion stadium for the Chargers on the same day that longtime owner Dean Spanos shifted day-to-day operations of the team to his sons John and AG. Show More Summary

Can Keenan Allen Rebound from Sophomore Slump to Be True No. 1 WR?

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen struggled in 2014 after having a good rookie season. Can Allen have a bounce-back year in 2015? Will he have a similar year to his rookie year? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Keenan Allen in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Uncertain Times In and Out of San Diego

SAN DIEGO, Ca — Uncertainty, thy name is San Diego. California’s jewel-like second largest city, with its 70 miles of sparkling beaches, is now facing two cliff hangers in a century rife with uncertainty. Will the San Diego Chargers move to Los Angeles County and take an emerging offer-they-can’t-refuse for a state-of-the-art stadium? USA Today [...]Show More Summary

Chargers wrap up draft class signings with first-round pick Melvin Gordon

The San Diego Chargers have their entire draft class under contract prior to the start of the team’s rookie mini-camp on Friday. According to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, first-round selection Melvin Gordon signed his rookie contract after arriving in San Diego on Thursday. The Chargers announced the signings of their four other…

Projecting San Diego Chargers' Most Heated Roster Battles This Offseason

NFL training camps are a breeding ground for heated competition, of which the San Diego Chargers should have plenty this offseason. Aside from quarterback, free safety and possibly a few other positions, there aren't a ton of guaranteed starting jobs in San Diego. Show More Summary

Jason Verrett Has Become the Forgotten Star of the 2014 NFL Draft

Forgetting about Jason Verrett is easy. At least, it's easy if you even knew who he was in the first place. Verrett's NFL career hasn't really got going yet. He was the 25th overall pick of the San Diego Chargers in last year's draft. Show More Summary

How San Diego Chargers Can Unleash 'Explosive Home Run Hitter' Melvin Gordon

The San Diego Chargers are ready to revamp their running game after drafting Wisconsin Badger Melvin Gordon in Round 1. How will San Diego use Gordon? What does he bring to its offense? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Gordon's future in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

San Diego Chargers Veterans Who Have Been Put on Notice This Offseason

With the draft over, some veterans may find that competition has entered the fray at their respective positions. This holds true for five experienced pros on the San Diego Chargers. Bringing in competition is good for teams, as it pushes players to perform at their best under pressure. Show More Summary

Chargers depth chart 2015: San Diego has defensive questions after NFL Draft

The Chargers got the running back they coveted in the 2015 draft. But the defense got a shakeup after Rounds 2 and 3. What does that mean for position battles? The San Diego Chargers are full of intriguing storylines on and off the field...Show More Summary

Time Has Come for Chargers to Move D.J. Fluker to Guard

It’s clear that the San Diego Chargers are trying to take some pressure off quarterback Philip Rivers by improving their running game this offseason. Left guard Orlando Franklin was their most notable signing in free agency, and they...Show More Summary

Grading San Diego Chargers' 2015 Offseason

The San Diego Chargers' offseason was an eventful one, headlined by the departure of Ryan Mathews and the drafting of his replacement, Melvin Gordon. How did they do in free agency? How about the NFL draft? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Chargers' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

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