Found November 14, 2012 on
As a season ticket holder to the San Diego Chargers, I tend to get my fair share of emails from the team. Most of them are emails promoting the latest merchandise or sale going on in their online store but one in particular caught my eye. It said “Chargers Fan Code of Conduct Update” in the subject line so it automatically piqued my interest. I opened the email and this is what I read.
As a Chargers Season Ticket Holder, our most loyal fans, the Chargers and the National Football League want you to be the first to know of additional steps being taken to create the most enjoyable and safe environment possible.
The NFL has initiated a policy that fans who violate the team’s Fan Code of Conduct may be required to complete the NFL’s four-hour online Fan Conduct Class and may be prohibited from attending future Chargers games at Qualcomm Stadium until they have completed the class and produced the Certificate of Completion.
The four-hour class focuses on, but is not limited t...
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Waiver Wire Pick-ups!
Danario Alexander – WR Chargers:
Five catches for 134 yards and a touchdown with seven targets last week. He took the starting spot and didn’t look back on Sunday. Royal and Meachem may be around this coming week but Alexander is showing his worth with Philip Rivers. A good pick-up in deeper leagues. At Denver this week.
Chris Ivory – RB Saints: