In a move that may have helped realign the power structure in the AFC West, former Denver Broncos guard Orlando Franklin joined the division-rival San Diego Chargers as a free agent back in March. Not only did San Diego add one of the best guards in the NFL, it stole him away from the defending division champs.
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The San Diego Chargers social media staff is one of the best in the business.
They post great vines like this one of Philip Rivers’ first ever handoff to Melvin Gordon.
Today, though, they posted this.
Back to work. https://t.co/cyYNMaqBay
— San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) May 27, 2015
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San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers has had a rocky offseason.
Fair or not, rumors have been swirling for months Rivers wants out of San Diego — all fueled by Rivers’ unwillingness to sign an extension with the Chargers.
On Tuesday Rivers, for the first time, sounded like a man who actually may play more than just 2015 in San Diego.
Philip Rivers: It would be awesome to stay...
For some teams, Tuesday represented the first day of OTAs. It’s a chance for new players to mesh with holdovers in order to form a relationship heading into the summer months.
This was the case with the San Diego Chargers and rookie first-round pick Melvin Gordon, who is expected to play a vital role in the team’s offense in 2015. Of course, Gordon was the center of attention...
Chargers Chargers QB Philip Rivers mentioned that it would be “awesome” to finish his career in San Diego. (Michael Gehlken) However, Rivers added that “there is nothing new to report” in regards to a contract extension. Second-year CB Jason Verrett says he’s “where I need to be” in his recovery from shoulder surgery. (Michael Gehlken) Cowboys Cowboys signed third...
San Diego Chargers fans will love this.
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Hopefully it’s the start of a dynamic (working) relationship.
Rivers to Gordon. https://t.co/4kENEZlPxt
— San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) May 26, 2015
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Less than two months ago amongst rumors the Chargers could be moving the team to Los Angeles, Philip Rivers spoke with the San Diego Union Tribune about his future with the Chargers. Asked if he would play out his contract rather than agreeing to an extension, Rivers said, “Yes.” Philip explained that nothing he anticipated would cause him to reconsider, "I guess things could...
The San Diego Chargers have some awesome fans.
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This woman may be No. 1.
Chargers schedule came out today! This girl an not wait for football season already!! #Fan4Life #Chargers #SanDiego pic.twitter.com/aboSx3PSDG
— Chelsea Beaumonte...
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers status with the team has been a talking point ever since the free agency period began. Trade rumors surfaced in the months leading up to the draft. Was San Diego really going to move on from its franchise quarterback?
As the draft approached and San Diego added running back Melvin Gordon from Wisconsin, it became apparent that the Chargers...
Franchise quarterbacks (or, in the case of Jay Cutler, perceived franchise quarterbacks) becoming available on the open market is extraordinarily rare. Over the past 15 years, it has happened only five times, all under extenuating circumstances:
Drew Bledsoe in 2002. The Patriots only saw fit to trade him because they had some guy named Brady.
Daunte Culpepper in 2006. Culpepper...