Found January 03, 2012 on
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You probably have a friend who doesn't follow football that closely and thinks the Chargers are really great. He likes that they have Antonio Gates, who is a killer in fantasy, and Vincent Jackson. He thinks Philip Rivers deserves to be mentioned with Tom Brady and Peyton Manning as the best quarterbacks in the NFL. He believes that San Diego still has Shawne Merriman, who's Lights Out despite that steroids thing, and LaDainian Tomlinson, who's the better LT, you know. More »
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Although Turner has had moderate success in San Diego, after a dissatisfying 2011, the Chargers should realize now that Norv Turner is no longer the man who will win the franchise’s first Super Bowl.
The San Diego Chargers front office has made some very questionable decisions over the years. First, they fired, Marty Schottenheimer, a highly successful head coach, after a 14...
Moments ago Dean Spanos made it official, announcing that GM AJ Smith and coach Norv Turner will return for the 2012 season. In a statement released at Chargers.com, Spanos said, "Bottom line, I believe these two men give us the best chance to get back to the playoffs. A.J. Smith is the best man...
Chargers head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith will be back next season, according to the the team. After finishing a disappointing 8-8 and missing the playoffs for the second straight year, there was a lot of speculation that Turner and Smith were both on the chopping block. The team apparently felt differently, despite the decrease in the team's win total each...
After flip-flopping on the idea in recent days, Chargers ownership determined that a once-expected organizational overhaul was not to take place.
According to multiple reports, Dean Spanos finally revealed Tuesday that both head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith will be back with the Bolts in 2012.
“Bottom line, I believe these two men give us the best chance to...
Black Monday came and went, but the coaching news continued on Tuesday with releases in Chicago and major retentions in San Diego and Philly. Were they the right moves? Let’s break ‘em down! San Diego Chargers retain General Manager A.J. Smith and Head Coach Norv Turner OH COME ON!!! I was finally ready to break-up the Turner/Philips romance. However, you can chalk up this stay...
With fans calling for his head, Chargers coach Norv Turner subtly defended himself during his news conference on Monday.
Given that opportunities in the NFL come with small windows and little room for error, some how San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner still has a job, after leading arguably one of the best teams ever constructed backwards.
Chargers president Dean Spanos ended the speculation Tuesday, announcing coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith will be back with the team next season.
The 2011 NFL season hasn’t ended yet, but there are clearly five NFL head coaches which are squarely on the hot seat for 2012, before the season even starts. Several of the coaches on this list were rumored to be on their way out this season, but for whatever reason, have been granted a reprieve for the 2012 season with the expectations of win now, or else.
As previously reported, the San Diego status quo goes only so far. The Chargers officially have fired defensive coordinator Greg Manusky. “I’d like to thank Greg for the passion and enthusiasm he brought to our team and coaching staff this past season,” coach Norv Turner said in a statement released by the team. Apparently, passion…
Though no decision has been made, or at least announced, a source familiar with the thinking of Chargers president Dean Spanos said Sunday that Spanos is leaning toward retaining general manager A.J. Smith. The Chargers failed to reach the playoffs for the second straight year this season, finishing with an 8-8 record by defeating the Oakland Raiders 38-26 on Sunday. Multiple team...