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Norv Turner was fired by the San Diego Chargers and decided to take a final parting shot at his former team. See what he said.
Jon Gruden will leave the Monday Night Football booth to
become the next head coach of the San Diego Chargers, predicts Daniel Jeremiah
of NFL Network.
Jon Gruden. This is the perfect opportunity for both
parties. Gruden gets a proven veteran quarterback in Phillip Rivers and a
decent amount of authority in player personnel, while the Chargers get a
big-name headline grabber...
Norv Turner is an old ball coach, he’ll end up somewhere being an offensive coordinator, but in his last press conference on Monday, he gave an honest evaluation of where the Chargers stand.
Turner seemed to hint that the decline of the Chargers was the lack of talent, not the coaches. In a rare point a finger moment, Turner put his former GM A.J. Smith right under the bus.
San Diego linebacker Takeo Spikes and Oakland running back Mike Goodson have been ejected after a skirmish in the second quarter of Sunday's game.
Spikes had to be restrained by field judge Scott Edwards from going after referee John Parry. As he was leaving the field, Spikes took off his helmet and flung it. Teammate Melvin Ingram caught it.
Backup tight end Randy McMichael...
SAN DIEGO - Chargers coach Norv Turner sounded like a coach resigned to his fate. "We're going to meet tomorrow and with the team and I'm sure they will start looking for a new coach," said an emotional Turner about his future with the Chargers after they earned a 24-21 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday before 66,486 at Qualcomm Stadium. "To have...
The 2012 NFL regular season is now concluded. The San Diego Chargers struggled through yet another disappointing season. Changes appear on the horizon for the Chargers this offseason however with head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith rumored to be fired. Questions also remain about QB Philip Rivers, after another tough season. The Chargers will now prepare for the...
The San Diego Chargers officially fired coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith on Monday. San Diego finished 7-9 this year and went 8-8 last year. The Chargers missed the playoffs for the third straight year. "I thank A.J. and Norv for the determination and integrity they brought to the Chargers each and every day," team president Dean Spanos said in a statement...
The NFL Network is reporting that the San Diego Chargers have fired head coach Norv Turner. There has been no official word as of yet whether or not general manager A.J. Smith will be fired as well. This move comes as no surprise, Turner’s demise has been rumored for several weeks and he could see the handwriting on the wall. Turner said after Sunday’s game, “Obviously, we’re...
After ten years, it's time for change in San Diego as team president Dean Spanos fired longtime general manager A.J. Smith after a disappointing 7-9 season. Joining him in the unemployment line is head coach Norv Turner.
Summing up the A.J. Smith era in San Diego is hard. After succeeding to the top job after the death of John Butler, he built one of the most talented rosters...
Current San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner expects to be
fired by the team after another disappointing season, reports Dan Hanzus of
"Obviously, we're going to meet with the team, and I'm
sure they'll start looking for a new coach," Turner said after Sunday’s 24-21 win over the Oakland Raiders, via The
As they have for the...
One of the least surprising moves on “Black Monday” (one day following the end of the 2012 NFL regular season) were made by San Diego Chargers team chairman and president Dean Spanos, who officially announced on New Year’s Eve that general manager A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner will be fired.
“I thank A.J. and Norv for the determination and integrity they brought to the Chargers each...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the San Diego Chargers are planning on targeting a coach other than Andy Reid for the coaching vacancy.
Various reports around the league suggested that Reid wanted to coach the Chargers next season and was even preparing a coaching staff that would be ready to go from the moment the Eagles let him go.
Reid will still be one of the most sought...