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Jon Runyan Jr. commits to Michigan today and is the second player to commit in the 2015 class.
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Jon Runyan Jr. committed to Michigan today. GBW caught up with Runyan Jr., as he discussed his commitment, his parents reaction, his talks with coaches and more.
The San Diego Chargers will start off the season at home against the Houston Texans on Monday September 9th. This means that players have July and August to prove their worth and try and make their way into the starting lineup. Any predictions for now are speculation, but there is enough evidence to put together the general picture for the team. Mike McCoy is known for frequently...
For the first time since 2007, the San Diego Chargers have made some slight tweaks to their current uniforms. The Chargers made three slight tweaks the uniforms, changing the color of the collar so that it matches the uniform color, adding a second color to the nameplate to accent the name more and they added a golden stripe to the socks. There will be no change to the helmet...
Chargers rookie linebacker Manti Te’o knows the stigma of being “cat-fished” will something he will always have to live with. With so much already working against him, Te’o is trying to do anything to keep the Chargers’ veterans from putting him in their cross hairs. In an interview with Andrew Siciliano on NFL Network that he has just been keeping his head down. Luckily...
Chargers rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen is the only player out of the top three picks taken by the team that doesn’t have the expectations to start this season. This, however, doesn’t mean he isn’t determined to do so.
Via Michael Gehlken of the UT San Diego, Allen said:
I want to be a starter,” Allen said. “I don’t want to watch. I want to be part of the moment. I...
According to Chargers.com, the San Diego Chargers have made changes to the name plates and collars of all three of their jerseys as well as their socks.
“We have been thinking about this change for several years,” said Executive Vice President – Chief Executive Officer AG Spanos. “We knew exactly what we wanted to do. We didn’t have to redevelop the uniforms. We like...
No player at this year's NFL Rookie Symposium is a bigger candidate for the locker-room hazing that awaits some incoming draft picks.
So far, Manti Te'o has done his part to prevent that from happening.
Having fun at Te'o's expense would be easy for San Diego Chargers veterans. He went from being a star Notre Dame linebacker to national laughingstock last January...
My 2013 fantasy football top three sleepers are:
1) Danario Alexander - Chargers
I know, I know, Alexander's knees have seen the knife five times Averaged 17.8 yards per reception with seven TDs in 10 games with the Chargers last season Malcom Floyd, Antonio Gates and Ryan Mathews = injury risk At 6-foot-5, Alexander is a big body that Philip Rivers loves to target and enters...
CHFF resident medical examiner Justin Henry reopens the case file for the 2012 San Diego Chargers and finds that they coughed up a league-high five halftime leads last season. Philip Rivers tossed 0 TDs and 7 INTs in the second half of those blown games.
Dwight Freeney has been training in Los Angeles during the NFL offseason for several years but then would leave the sunshine and return to the Midwest.
Now, the San Diego Chargers' new linebacker is now making his home in Southern California and enjoying all it has to offer.
Here are 10 things to know about Freeney as he settles into the 2013 season.
1. He was lured by Torrey...
If the Ryan Mathews hate-tweets are any indicator, hell hath no fury like a Chargers fan without a star running back (blame LaDainian Tomlinson for years of spoiling). Looking to seize the baton is Michael Hill, an UDFA out of Missouri Western. To get a better sense of Hill's potential, we spoke with MWSU head coach Jerry Partridge.