Dean Spanos’ decision to move the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles was an unpopular one. Surprisingly, the move angered not just loyal fans in San Diego but, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, “a ton of owners” as well. As much as the Chargers’ move to Los Angeles angered San Diego, it angered NFL executives […]
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During the chatter about the San Diego Chargers moving to Los Angeles, there were rumors of a possible rebranding if they moved. A fresh start in a new city. The Chargers have moved but the rebrand won’t happen, at least yet. Michael...Show More Summary
CARSON, Calif. – New Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn began his introductory news conference by nearly referring to himself as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers. Forgive Lynn for the slip of the tongue, as when he interviewed for the position last week, that’s where the Charger franchise was based. Show More Summary
Even Anthony Lynn doesn’t think the team should move.
The Chargers’ move to Los Angeles continues to be smooth.
Rough start for new L.A. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn... who misnamed his team and then CUSSED on live TV during his introductory news conference. It started off with Lynn referring to the team as the San Diego Chargers (he quickly…
The San Diego Chargers’ decision to move to Los Angeles last week sparked a lot of questions about the wisdom of the relocation. Our own Dan Wetzel had an opinion. So did Frank Schwab. They were not alone in thinking it was one of the...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Rams moved back to Los Angeles in 2016 and played their first season there since 1994. Previously, they we’re the St. Louis Rams. As of recently, the San Diego Chargers are no more, relocating their franchise to Los Angeles beginning this 2017 NFL season. Show More Summary
Everything looks better in powder blue, even roundly mocked logos designed solely to commemorate an NFL team’s relocation from one city to another. After the San Diego Chargers’ move to Los Angeles was announced late Wednesday, the team unveiled a new logo on its social media accounts. The NFL tweeted (and later deleted) the logo, too, leaving […]
Philip Rivers has been a San Diego Chargers quarterback for his entire 13-year NFL career. He is the franchise’s all-time leader in several categories, and while fans in other cities mock him for his demonstrative ways, he’s beloved in the city he’s called home for well over a decade. Show More Summary
Courtesy of City of Inglewood Talk about an embarrassment of riches for LA. Nearly a year after getting its first NFL team in about 20 years, the LA Rams, the San Diego Chargers are now set to join them. Inglewood, the home of the $2.6B Inglewood stadium, is rejoicing. "Who says lightning doesn't strike [...]
The San Diego Chargers have announced 3 year veteran Delani as their 2017 Pro Bowl Cheerleader!
Somehow, the actual games took a backseat in the football-news world this week, as the San Diego Chargers' move to Los Angeles and coaching hires in Buffalo, L.A. (for the Rams and Bolts), Jacksonville and Denver took center stage. That...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers have become, literally overnight, the Los Angeles Chargers. The mayor of San Diego has bid farewell to the team with a statement posted on Twitter. “At the end of the day, Dean Spanos was never willing to work with us on a stadium solution and demanded a lot more money than…
The San Diego Chargers ceased to exist Thursday
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Lynn will be tasked with making the Chargers feel at home in Los Angeles. The San Diego Chargers will make Anthony Lynn their new head coach, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. He served as interim coach for the Buffalo Bills in...Show More Summary
As of Thursday morning, the San Diego Chargers officially moved to Los Angeles. Naturally, with any major move will come a rebrand. We've seen it before -- most recently with the Chargers' now-neighbors, the Los Angeles Rams, who kept their logo and colors largely the same as what they were in St. Show More Summary