The Los Angeles Chargers (I’m still getting used to that!) have uploaded a gallery of cheerleader images from week 2. Click here to view the gallery. [...]
The Miami Dolphins suspended linebacker Lawrence Timmons indefinitely for leaving the team without notice the day before their Week 2 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, the team announced Tuesday. Timmons did not play in the Dolphins’ 19-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Show More Summary
It was clear that Miami Dolphins linebacker Lawrence Timmons would face some type of punishment for missing the team’s Week 2 win over the Los Angeles Chargers, but few experts expected an indefinite suspension. With Timmons officially out for Sunday’s matchup against the New York Jets, Miami will likely to turn to veteran Rey Maualuga. Show More Summary
Timmons went missing in Los Angeles before the team’s season opener. The Miami Dolphins have suspended Lawrence Timmons indefinitely after missing the team’s season opener against the Chargers. The Dolphins filed a missing persons report with police in Los Angeles this past weekend for Timmons, per TMZ. Show More Summary
On just about every subject I’ll hear from fans who don’t agree with me, which is fine. I’ve written often about how the Los Angeles Chargers‘ relocation is the worst in modern American professional sports history, how L.A. didn’t want...Show More Summary
The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Los Angeles Chargers in one of the games on the Week 3 NFL betting board, while the Philadelphia Eagles host the New York Giants. The Kansas City Chiefs are a perfect 7-0 straight up and against the spread in their last seven games on the road. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Chargers have left San Diego behind, but San Diego most certainly hasn’t forgotten them. In a display of beautiful pettiness, one San Diego restaurant is giving away free tacos every time the Chargers lose … as they did, Sunday, in an ugly collapse before a good half-dozen Chargers fans in Carson. Show More Summary
This poor guy may go out business by late November. The Chargers are already having a rough time getting fans to jump on their bandwagon in Los Angeles and now they have salty fans back in San Diego with an incentive to root against them. Basically, when the Chargers lose, people in San Diego can […]
The Chargers are already breaking hearts in Los Angeles, but at least someone is benefiting
Download CityMapper, carry a phone charger, keep to the right on stairs and escalators I have always felt most at home in Los Angeles. I’m a third generation LA resident, but I was raised mostly in New Jersey. When I returned to theShow More Summary
The L.A. mayor has something in common with Chargers fans in San Diego
Both the Rams and Chargers fell short of sellouts on Sunday.
The Chargers may be having a hard time winning hearts in Los Angeles. But at least they’re still filling stomachs in San Diego. According to ABC 10 in San Diego, the owner of El Pollo Grill will give away a free taco of he day every day after the Chargers fail to win. “My main [more]
Lawrence Timmons whereabouts were unknown to the team over the weekend leading up the game against the Los Angeles Chargers and he was ruled out as a result. The Miami Dolphins linebacker apparently was missing and team was so distraught and worried that they actually filed a missing persons report, according to TMZ. “Here’s what […]
Younghoe Koo, the South Korean-born, undrafted rookie out of Georgia Southern who unseated veteran Josh Lambo as the Los Angeles Chargers’ kicker during training camp, is finding the going a lot tougher in the regular season. After his first career field goal attempt was blocked late in Los Angeles’s 24-21 Week 1 loss to the Denver Broncos, […]
The Chargers were completely embarrassed on Sunday in a number of ways.
“Los Angeles is an NFL town!” - the 30 people who bought tickets. The Los Angeles Rams are trending upward. A rocky first season in L.A. gave way to a 1-0 start in 2017. Last year’s worst offensive team exploded for 46 points against the Colts, giving former No. Show More Summary
The Chargers, in another fourth quarter meltdown, fumbled the team’s first season opener in Los Angeles in 57 years. But their fans — cheering in the stands or tailgating in the parking lot — gave a command performance at Carson’s StubHub Center on Sunday. Supporters filled nearly every seat in a venue often described as […]
In their first home game in Los Angeles, things didn't go well for the Chargers against the Dolphins
They can’t say they weren’t warned. The Chargers represented Los Angeles in a regular-season home game for the first time in 57 years Sunday, yet the grand homecoming occurred in front of scattered empty seats amid various empty moments. The Chargers played a team from the other side of the country,...