As Philip Rivers struggled through the 2012 season, so did the Chargers. Placing the blame on Rivers is shortsighted though, as his offensive line struggled to keep him upright, his receivers disappointed or got hurt and the San Diego running game couldn’t get going all season. The Chargers did their best to fix those issues in April’s draft but will it be enough to bring them...
Been a rough couple of years for Philip Rivers. He has been a turnover machine and the Chargers have faltered. They got rid of Norv Turner and brought in Mike McCoy to hopefully changed the franchise fortunes. He has high expectations for Rivers according to Pro Football Talk.
In an interview for Monday Morning Quarterback on SI.com, McCoy told Peter King that he believes Philip...
According to Peter King of SI.com, San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy believes Philip Rivers can complete 70 percent of his passes in 2013.
McCoy said he thinks Philip Rivers, who has never completed more than 66 percent of his throws in seven starting seasons, can be a 70-percent passer in his new offense. ‘I’ve been blown away by his anticipation and willingness to learn...
One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to Chargers.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Chargers have signed 19 rookie free agents.
Central Michigan S Jahleel Addae
Virginia Tech T Nick Becton
Philip Rivers is the leader of a San Diego Chargers team that is under new management.
With that, comes the consensus feeling that he is standing at the crossroads of his career with the Bolts.
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Philip Rivers really did have to do some homework before the opening practice of the first minicamp under new San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy.
''I was nervous today calling plays in the huddle I've been practicing at the house,'' Rivers said. ''You get in there and call a play that you've never really called in a live situation before. I know...
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April 16, 2013
Quarterbacks. They get far too much positive attention when their teams win and far too much negative attention when their teams lose. That's why Joe Flacco is now a legend with the biggest contract in NFL history while Tony Romo and Philip Rivers toil to gain the favor of local fans despite the fact their individual accomplishments tower over anything Flacco's done. ...
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Times believes that the 2013 season could be a make it or break it campaign for Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.
“No one will say it, but I think that 2013 is the final audition of Philip Rivers,” Acee said on NFL Network’s “Path to the Draft.”
Acee also mentioned that the Chargers unwillingness to restructure Rivers’ contract...
Philip Rivers has been the San Diego Chargers’ quarterback
for the past several seasons, and people around the NFL keep waiting for the
signal caller to reach elite status. This hasn’t happened, and Kevin Acee of
The U-T San Diego believes that next season will be Rivers’ “final audition” for
It might sound crazy to think San Diego would simply cut
The Cleveland Browns have wasted no time getting a coaching staff together. A day after officially naming former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski the new Head Coach, the Browns announced the arrival of another former head coach in Norv Turner.
Norv Turner, who coached the San Diego Chargers last season, has now found himself in Cleveland after being fired.