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Tre Boston wants team he fits in well, can win a Super Bowl

Safety Tre Boston visited the Chargers, Bills and Steelers last May after the Panthers cut him. He signed a one-year deal with Los Angeles. That means he hits free agency again in March, and this time, he is seeking a long-term deal. “Of course, L.A. is definitely somewhere I would love to be, but it’s [more]

Bills hire Terry Robiskie as wide receivers coach

The Bills have settled on a new wide receivers coach. A day after the Chargers announced that Phil McGeoghan left the Bills to take the same job in Los Angeles, the Bills announced that they have hired Terry Robiskie to fill the slot. A report on Tuesday indicated Jimmy Robinson also interviewed for the job. [more]

Report: Chargers to hire Rip Scherer as tight ends coach

The Los Angeles Chargers are set to hire former UCLA assistant Rip Scherer as tight ends coach, per Bruce Feldman of SI.com Scherer spent the last two seasons coaching tight ends at UCLA under head coach Jim Mora. He had two previous stints in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers (2009-10) and Cleveland Browns (2005-08). [more]

Los Angeles Chargers tackle Joe Barksdale discusses his battle with depression

In a profound interview with the LA Times, Los Angeles Chargers right tackle Joe Barksdale revealed the his ongoing battle with depression

Chargers assistant McNulty returns to Rutgers as coordinator

Los Angeles Chargers tight ends coach John McNulty is returning to the college ranks for a second stint as the offensive coordinator at Rutgers        

John McNulty leaves Chargers for Rutgers

Chargers tight ends coach John McNulty is leaving after two seasons to become the offensive coordinator at Rutgers, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. McNulty, 49, has spent 15 seasons as an NFL assistant, including serving as the Titans quarterbacks coach in 2014-15. He returns to Rutgers, where he spent five seasons as [more]

LA Chargers sign kicker Roberto Aguayo to reserve contract

The Los Angeles Chargers have signed kicker Roberto Aguayo to a reserve/future contract        

Chargers retain coordinators Gus Bradley, Ken Whisenhunt

The Los Angeles Chargers have retained defensive coordinator Gus Bradley and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt        

Reports: Gus Bradley to remain as Chargers defensive coordinator

Despite overtures from other teams, Gus Bradley is headed back to be defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Chargers, according to multiple reports. Bradley is reportedly set to sign a three-year deal with the Chargers. Bradley was on just a one-year deal with the Chargers after joining the franchise last offseason upon being fired as [more]

GM Telesco proud of Chargers' progress in relocation season

General manager Tom Telesco thinks the Los Angeles Chargers are starting to make themselves at home        

Rams, Chargers show off progress of new stadium

The Los Angeles Rams and Chargers have shown off their future new home rising from a very deep hole in suburban Los Angeles. The teams Wednesday gave news media a hard-hat tour of the construction site about 10 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles. (Jan. 3)        

NFL stadium takes shape in Inglewood

Construction is ramping up on the huge arena Last year’s unusually wet winter held back construction on the future home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers in Inglewood, forcing the stadium’s developers to push back its opening dayShow More Summary

Anthony Lynn wants Gus Bradley back as Chargers defensive coordinator

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn wants to make sure they keep Gus Bradley as the team’s defensive coordinator moving into 2018. The former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach signed a one-year contract to run the Chargers’ defense this season. With that contract set to expire, Lynn made it clear he wants Bradley back next [more]

Raiders Fan Allegedly Pulled Out Knife At StubHub Center & Cut Up A Los Angeles Chargers Flag

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

On Sunday, the Oakland Raiders were in Los Angeles to take on the Chargers at StubHub Center to end a disappointing season for both squads. Having played in LA themselves before, Raiders fans were everywhere and possibly outnumbered Chargers fans. A post shared by Oakland Raiders (@raiders) on Dec 31, 2017 at 12:57pm PST To […]

Lynn wants Gus Bradley, everybody else back for LA Chargers

Anthony Lynn believes the Los Angeles Chargers are onto something big after their resilient season ended just short of the playoffs        

Antonio Gates wants to play next season, will talk to Bolts

Antonio Gates wants to play in the NFL next season. The record-setting tight end intends to talk to the Los Angeles Chargers about staying with the team.        

Chargers rout Raiders 30-10, miss playoffs; Del Rio fired

Philip Rivers passed for 387 yards and three touchdowns, and the Los Angeles Chargers kept alive their pursuit of a playoff berth into the final minutes of the regular season with a 30-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders        

Fantasy football Week 17: Start or sit Philip Rivers?

Rivers will need to step up for the Chargers to have a chance at the playoffs. We break down the fantasy impact. The Los Angeles Chargers playoff hopes are still alive but they will need to get past the Oakland Raiders first. Quarterback Philip Rivers will need a big outing in Week 17 to make that happen. Show More Summary

Fantasy football Week 17: Start or sit Melvin Gordon?

Gordon is optimistic he can play Sunday in a must-win game for the Chargers. We break down the fantasy implications. The Los Angeles Chargers are holding their breath after starting running back Melvin Gordon sprained his ankle in Week 16 versus the New York Jets. Show More Summary

Fantasy football start/sit Week 17: What to do with Keenan Allen

The Chargers need a big outing from their No. 1 receiver to keep their playoff hopes alive. We look at the fantasy impact. Keenan Allen is one of the best offensive weapons in the Los Angeles Chargers’ offense. The Chargers need him to step up Sunday against the Oakland Raiders if they hope to make the playoffs. Show More Summary

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