Found January 20, 2012 on
Sign on San Diego:
Hiring Steve Fairchild to assist with game management a plus for Chargers.
BEST OF MAXIM
NOT GOING AWAY
At least one member of the Chargers fan base is upset enough to spend $900 on an ad in a local newspaper to express his dissatisfaction with the team's decision to retain coach Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith.
Bob Mangino sent along a link that points out an oddity among sports: guys named Bob aren't very common any longer. Turns out the last active Bob in major American sports is Bob Sanders:
Via Wikipedia, the story of how San Diego Chargers safety Bob Sanders came to be known as Bob:
Having been given a name that was difficult for many to pronounce correctly (Demond), Sanders...
One season removed from an NFL Draft is considered too early to effectively evaluate an NFL draft class. There is still plenty of time for draft picks from 2011 to grow into successful NFL players, or to completely fall on their faces, rarely contributing on the playing field. That doesn’t change...
Adrian Cannon represents dead money for the Chargers.
The Chargers have ranked in the top-five in total offense in each of Norv Turner's five seasons at the helm, but that side of the ball will have to be re-tooled to extend that impressive streak. San Diego will scout elite offensive prospects at the Senior Bowl next week ... here are three in particular that may be of interest.
It was announced earlier this week that the San Diego Chargers have agreed to extend their broadcast relationship with ClearChannel. ClearChannel will continue to broadcast all Chargers games for the next three years, simulcast on KIOZ Rock 105.3 FM and ClearChannel’s local sports station,...