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The Chargers have ranked in the top-five in total offense in each of Norv Turner's five seasons at the helm, but that side of the ball will have to be re-tooled to extend that impressive streak. San Diego will scout elite offensive prospects at the Senior Bowl next week ... here are three in particular that may be of interest.
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At least one member of the Chargers fan base is upset enough to spend $900 on an ad in a local newspaper to express his dissatisfaction with the team's decision to retain coach Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith.
A race car driver says he was so annoyed that Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced to keep General Manager A.J. Smith and Head Coach Norv Turner, he took out an ad in Sunday’s paper to voice his frustration.
Nick Esayiam says he spent $900 to put the ad in Sunday’s North County Times.
In the ad, Esayiam write a letter to Spanos, venting his opinions of Smith and Turner’s...
There is a very clever and fake movie trailer which serves as a preview of the San Diego Chargers 2012 season, and it is extremely well done. The trailer does an incredible job at poking fun at San Diego Chargers president Dean Spanos.
Click here to view the embedded video.
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One season removed from an NFL Draft is considered too early to effectively evaluate an NFL draft class. There is still plenty of time for draft picks from 2011 to grow into successful NFL players, or to completely fall on their faces, rarely contributing on the playing field. That doesn’t change...
A fourth San Diego Chargers player will receive an invite to the 2012 Pro Bowl.
It's only a question of which one.
Based on the result of Sunday's AFC Championship, either Chargers running back Ryan Mathews or wide receiver Vincent Jackson will lock up a Hawaii roster spot for the Jan. 29 All-Star game.
If the New England Patriots defeat the Baltimore Ravens to advance to...
It was announced earlier this week that the San Diego Chargers have agreed to extend their broadcast relationship with ClearChannel. ClearChannel will continue to broadcast all Chargers games for the next three years, simulcast on KIOZ Rock 105.3 FM and ClearChannel’s local sports station,...
Hiring Steve Fairchild to assist with game management a plus for Chargers.