Found December 28, 2011 on NBC San Diego:
Chargers defensive back Quentin Jammer will watch his brother Quandre play in the Holiday Bowl.

Eliminated Chargers hope to avoid losing record

Eliminated from playoff contention and with their coach and general manager possibly headed for the unemployment line, all the San Diego Chargers can do now is try to ruin rival Oakland's season and avoid their first losing record since 2003. The Chargers' locker room had an end-of-season feel Monday, two days after San Diego was routed 38-10 by the Detroit Lions. While...

Takeo Spikes: "This Is My Super Bowl"

Fourteen seasons. More than 200 starts. Two Pro Bowls. Two All-Pro selections. And the number zero. In the royal court of befuddling statistics, sitting on the golden throne, Chargers inside linebacker Takeo Spikes saw his number of career playoff appearances stay static at zero Saturday when the Chargers were eliminated from postseason contention. In the locker room afterward, the...

Three Chargers Named to Pro Bowl

Eric Weddle wanted to end this season in Indianapolis. He'll have to settle for Hawaii. The San Diego Chargers free safety has been selected to the Pro Bowl at last, the NFL announced on Tuesday, one of three Chargers players named to the annual All-Star game. Tight end Antonio Gates and quarterback Philip Rivers were also selected. Wide receiver Vincent Jackson (first), running...

Top Chargers stadium stories of 2011: 16-20

2011 was a largely forgettable year for San Diego football fans. Yet readers' appetites for stadium news was insatiable. Here are the Top 25 most-viewed stadium stories of the year.

Changes coming for Chargers brass

Intrigue regarding A.J. Smith, while Norv Turner & Greg Manusky appear headed for unemployment.

Weddle, Rivers, Gates in Pro Bowl

Chargers trio makes AFC all-star team despite tough year.
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