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Last week, the Chargers were unable to sell the last 5,000 non-premium tickets to a home game against the Bills. This week, the Chargers found a way to move the final 2,000 non-premium tickets to a home game against the Ravens. The Chargers have announced that Sunday night’s game will indeed be televised locally, on…
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Team avoids blackout of nationally televised game.
Mike Florio talks with Chargers Beat Reporter, Kevin Acee about head coach, Norv Turner possibly not returning next season if the Chargers do not go to the playoffs. Acee also comments on the Chargers being the team to move to LA. Florio also talks with CSN Chicago’s John Mullin about the recent arrest of Bears wide reciever, Sam Hurd. …
While watching the Chargers progress over the past three weeks, that sinking feeling in the pit of my gut has been difficult to ignore. Clearly the fact that the Bolts are winning is preferable to the losing alternative, but winning when the season is all but lost is the epitome of a double-edged...
Sunday Night Football will be televised in San Diego. The Chargers announced Thursday that they had sold enough general tickets to show Sundays game against the Baltimore Ravens. The Chargers game last week against the Buffalo Bills was blacked out, the second blackout of the season. The 5:30 p.m. game will be shown on Channel 7 in San Diego and Channel 4 in the Los Angeles market...
Chargers linebackers coach, John, and Baltimore defensive coordinator, Chuck, to meet on Sunday.
After the 2011 season ends, the Chargers may have to find a new coach and a new G.M. They also may need a new left guard and left tackle. With Pro Bowl guard Kris Dielman considering retirement after a concussion that caused a seizure during a flight home from New York, left tackle Marcus McNeill’s…
Both teams have been overpowering in months of December and JanuaryThe Ravens enter Sunday night’s showdown with the San Diego Chargers as one of the hotter teams in the NFL, having won four consecutive games and six of their last seven. The Ravens have been especially potent in the months of December and January under coach John Harbaugh, compiling a 12-4 record since 2008.
Free safety tied for NFL lead with seven interceptionsThe Ravens’ aerial attack will match wits with a San Diego Chargers’ pass defense that ranks seventh in the NFL, allowing an average of 201.5 yards.