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The San Diego Chargers have hired Joe Barry as
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I’m a firm believer that most athletes are as competitive in other areas of their life as they are in sports. They compete with each other with cars, jewelry, gadgets and women. So on Saturday when San Diego Chargers LB Shaun Phillps sent out the following tweet, an interesting conversation ensued. I don’t know if [...]
The San Diego Chargers have hired Joe Barry as linebackers coach.
Barry spent the last two seasons as linebackers coach at Southern California. Before that, he spent nine seasons as an NFL assistant coach, including seven as a linebackers coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and two as the defensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions. Barry coached for the Buccaneers' 2002 Super...
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Antonio Cromartie says in a deposition that Shaun Phillips threw a champagne bottle in a Pacific Beach bar after a 2009 Chargers win over the Broncos.
On any normal NBC SportsTalk episode, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers would be the headliner. On Friday’s show, he was one of many big names that joined Florio on the set. Rivers talked about the continuity in San Diego and being a finalist for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. That award will be…
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The San Diego Chargers' stadium situation didn't come up at the NFL commissioner's pre-Super Bowl news conference Friday. But the L.A. stadium situation did.
A man has filed a lawsuit against San Diego Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips alleging the player broke a Champagne bottle over his head at a Pacific Beach bar in 2009.
San Diego Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips is being sued by a man over an incident that took place in a bar in 2009, according to U-T San Diego.
Former Chargers quarterback returns to city he nearly called home.