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“A lot of very smart people” think the San Diego Chargers will trade up to pick No. 2

The San Diego Chargers and Philip Rivers appear headed for a breakup. While no one knows exactly when that will happen, there’s been speculation he could be traded to the Tennessee Titans for the No. 2 pick. An NFL scout in the know fueled that speculation on Thursday… Sort of. A lot of very smart people in the NFL think the Chargers are trading up to pick No. 2 overall. Me...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Closer to New Stadium Equals Closer to Re-signing Philip Rivers

The San Diego Chargers are inching closer to getting a new stadium financed. The city and county governments announced Thursday they have formed an alliance and will work in tandem to build a new stadium in San Diego, according to David Garrick of UT San Diego.Mayor Kevin Falcouner's stadium advisory group recommended Mission Valley for the new site earlier in March, and he is expected...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Why the Titans should not trade for Philip Rivers

The San Diego Chargers and Philip Rivers might not be a hot item for much longer. There has been rampant speculation that this could be the last year of Rivers wearing the lightning bolt, fueled by the quarterback’s comments to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, stating that he has no intention of signing an extension before his contract expires after this season. Rivers...
Via This Given Sunday
4 days ago  |  Discuss

QB Quick Hits: Rivers, Mariota & Luck

Bolting to LA?  The notion of San Diego moving to LA to potentially share a stadium with the Raiders has been floating around for awhile now, but San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos expressed at the NFL owners meetings this week his desire to keep the team and quarterback Philip Rivers in San Diego. Rivers, who will turn 34 in December, is slated to earn $15.75 million this season...
Via Football By Football
4 days ago  |  Discuss

What are the odds Philip Rivers is the Tennessee Titans QB in 2015?

The Tennessee Titans desperately need a reliable QB. Could Philip Rivers, who is likely done in San Diego after 2015, be the answer? Chargers, Mariota talk isn't going away; should San Diego trade Rivers for the No. 2 pick? — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 19, 2015 Pro Football Talk has a nice breakdown of a possible trade,, although it still...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Could the San Diego Chargers trade Philip Rivers for No. 2 pick and take Mariota?

The San Diego Chargers and Philip Rivers could be headed for a break up. Most think it will happen after the 2015 season, but speculation is starting to build it could be even sooner. Chargers, Mariota talk isn't going away; should San Diego trade Rivers for the No. 2 pick? — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 19, 2015 Pro Football Talk has a great...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

If Available, Titans Should Trade for Philip Rivers

Before the 2015 NFL Combine and free agency began, the Tennessee Titans seemed to be all alone with the second overall pick with no one interested in moving up. More than a week into free agency, the rumors are swirling around the NFL with the latest having the San Diego Chargers interested in moving up to take Marcus Mariota. If the Titans have the opportunity to get Chargers quarterback...
Via Pro Football Spot
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Philip Rivers trade reportedly appears 'incredibly unlikely'

San Diego Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers currently has one more year left on his contract. And while there have been some reports that Rivers is not sure of his future past this upcoming season, or that he may even be a candidate for a trade, it would appear that his immediate future with the Chargers is solid. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, a Rivers trade...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Philip Rivers might be playing his final year with the Chargers

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has thrown for 36.655 yards and 252 touchdowns over his 11-year career. In a day and age where having a quality quarterback is of paramount importance, it seems asinine that a team would even consider trading such a player when good years are seemingly remaining. Yet, that crazy scenario seems a possibility in San Diego, with Rivers...
Via This Given Sunday
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Philip Rivers Not Committing to the Chargers Beyond 2015

In a surprising bit of news, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was rather frank when discussing his future with the team in an interview with U-T San Diego’s Kevin Acee on Tuesday. Rivers, 33, is entering a contract year with the Chargers. And while other veteran quarterbacks are seemingly willing to sign long-term extensions, it appears Rivers isn’t convinced about...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

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