Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Come Sunday, the San Diego Chargers plan to take a win against the St. Louis Rams following that motto.Et tu, Kellen?This past off-season, the Chargers signed former back-up-turned-starter Kellen Clemens, who helped keep the Rams’ offense going after the first ACL tear of Sam Bradford. Now, Clemens has the potential to do more damage...
It’s perfectly OK if you’re still in mourning.
After quarterback Sam Bradford re-tore his left ACL in the first quarter of the Rams’ preseason game against the Browns last Saturday, the promises that come with a new season, an offensive revival, and just maybe breaking that .500 win barrier look a bit flushed.
However, the show must still go on in Bradford’s absence, and...
Kellen Clemens appears to be an ideal fit as a backup quarterback for the Bolts.
Yesterday, Charlie Whitehurst’s tenure as a San Diego Charger ended as he signed a two year deal worth up to $8 million dollars with the Tennessee Titans. Whitehurst’s career has been defined by potential and one big win as a Seattle Seahawk that sent the team to the playoffs in 2010-11. While the NFL still isn’t sure exactly what Whitehurst is, it’s no secret the Chargers...
We have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with QB Kellen Clemens.
— San Diego Chargers (@chargers) March 13, 2014
Ian Rapoport reports that the Chargers have agreed to terms with former Rams backup QB Kellen Clemens.
San Diego just lost their previous backup quarterback, Charlie Whitehurst, to the Titans after he agreed to a two-year deal.
Clemens, 30, was...
ST. LOUIS -- Kellen Clemens knows that opportunities like he's had this season don't come along very often in the NFL.
The St. Louis Rams quarterback has learned, in his five years with the New York Jets and now in his third season in St. Louis, to appreciate whenever he gets to take the field. It's certainly not something the 30-year-old Oregon native takes for granted.
Kellen Clemens attempted to give Sam Bradford a hug on the sidelines during the St. Louis-New Orleans game. Bradford doesn't have time for hugs.
ST. LOUIS -- Missing starting quarterback Sam Bradford, the St. Louis Rams' offense has suffered.
Kellen Clemens' best quality might be durability.
"Mondays are a little tougher than they were the first seven weeks of the season, but that's part of the job," Clemens said Wednesday.
Clemens is set to make his seventh start as Bradford's stand-in Sunday against the New Orleans Saints...