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Coming off his worst statistical season since 2007, Philip Rivers of the San Diego Chargers must respond to the growing criticisms that he is no more than a headstrong, immovable Southern gunslinger-style QB who forces too many throws that create too many turnovers.Whether you believe in Rivers’ abilities or not, an offense can’t put up points without the ball.
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To be fair to Philip Rivers, the San Diego offensive line has been shakier than Syria the last few years.... Read more
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The San Diego Chargers have cut Max Starks a day before teams have to set their 53 man roster. Starks was unable to beat out King Dunlap for the starting left tackle job this year so the Chargers had no interest in keeping him around anymore.
Starks, the former Steelers offensive lineman was one of 11 players cut on Friday. Starks was actually given a chance to compete with...
The San Diego Chargers have released kick returner Richard Goodman to make room on the roster for linebacker Reggie Walker.
Walker agreed to terms on Sunday and signed his contract Monday.
Walker spent his first four NFL seasons with the Arizona Cardinals under Ken Whisenhunt, who is now San Diego's offensive coordinator, and special teams coordinator Kevin Spencer, also now...
Hey, guess who the only person was that received a lower draft grade (D) than myself (D+)? (And if you know me on the baseball side, I’m all about the +’s.) If you guessed Sky, well then… you sir have the remarkable ability to grasp the notion of duh. And let me tell you something, I did do a horrible job with this draft. Name check brah. Now you know. Not only did I have...
The San Diego Chargers have traded a 2015 conditional seventh-round draft pick to the Dallas Cowboys for defensive tackle Sean Lissemore.
Also on Sunday, the Chargers claimed defensive lineman Drake Nevis from the Indianapolis Colts and linebacker Terrell Manning from the Green Bay Packers.
General manager Tom Telesco says the moves are to bolster the team's depth.
The San Diego Chargers have scaled down their roster from 90 to 53 players this past weekend, and this could be an ongoing process all year.General manager Tom Telesco and his staff will scour the waiver wire and other team's practice squads trying to find hidden gems that could help upgrade the talent level in San Diego.Training camp has provided plenty of pleasant surprises...
Hello from Iowa They enjoy sports down here too, as it turns out.
Here is a goofy video of celebs trying out to sing the new Sunday Night Football theme. Hijinks.
This is either great or awful. My favorite is Philip Rivers as a charger.
At least the Purdue players feel bad about how awful they played in Cincinnati.
New York 9, Chicago 1 – It seems like the White...