Chargers 2016 position grades: Cornerbacks

We’re getting down to the nitty-gritty of our offseason positional grades for the Los Angeles Chargers and here, I’m going to recap the performance of each of the team’s cornerbacks from 2016, finishing with a letter grade for each. Just to reiterate, these grades are going to be based off what each of these players […] Chargers 2016 position grades: Cornerbacks - Bolt Beat...
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6 hours ago

Los Angeles Chargers would be just fine without Manti Te’o

The Los Angeles Chargers have decisions to make with their own free agents this offseason. Melvin Ingram and Jahleel Addae are unrestricted free agents, but not as many fans seem to be talking about inside linebacker Manti Te’o, who is also an unrestricted free agent. Is that because fans have already moved on from him? […] Los Angeles Chargers would be just fine without Manti...
Via Bolt Beat
11 hours ago

Offseason Plans: The Deluge of Rivers

Just because they aren’t flinging pigskins doesn’t mean that there aren’t goals and plans for all of the major players Well, it’s always a tough time when the whistles stop blaring, and the cold of winter arrives (well, for most of the country at least). Just because there’s triple-digit days before the next legitimate pass is made in the NFL doesn’t mean that our favorite...
Via Bolts From The Blue
13 hours ago

Poll Results: The Chargers Should Not Re-Sign Manti Te’o

Well, that poll was not even close. Chargers fans are ready to move on from Manti Te’o. Earlier this month, we asked you whether or not the Los Angeles Chargers should re-sign inside linebacker Manti Te’o to a market value contract. 963 of you voted and an overwhelming majority (70%) said to let him walk rather than try to outbid other potential suitors for his services this...
Via Bolts From The Blue
15 hours ago

Should the Los Angeles Chargers Sign Russell Okung?

The Los Angeles Chargers certainly need help along the offensive line. Does that mean they should chase the most expensive Left Tackle in free agency? Russell Okung, former Pro Bowler and all-around solid Offensive Tackle through the majority of his career, is about to become a free agent. Many Los Angeles Chargers fans are excited about this, knowing that the team desperately needs...
Via Bolts From The Blue
17 hours ago

Los Angeles Chargers pre-combine 7-round mock draft

The Los Angeles Chargers hold the No. 7 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Let’s take a look at which prospects they select in this pre-combine seven-round mock draft. The Chargers will need to have a winning record in 2017 if they have any chance in taking over the Los Angeles market. That all starts with making […] Los Angeles Chargers pre-combine 7-round mock draft - Bolt...
Via Bolt Beat
1 day ago

TGS Offseason Preview: Los Angeles Chargers

Between now and the start of the new league year in March, TGS is providing brief summaries looking ahead at the offseason from the perspective of each NFL team. In this edition, we look at the Los Angeles Chargers. 2016 record: 5-11 — 4th place, AFC West What’s new? They’re no longer the San Diego Chargers. Projected salary cap space: $20 million — Only seven teams have...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Bradley keen on LA Chargers' future as team moves north

CARSON, Calif. (AP) After the Jacksonville Jaguars fired Gus Bradley in December, he decided to focus on his family. Bradley told his wife and four children he would run out the last year of his head coaching contract with school events and family time in North Florida, giving his support back to his biggest fans. ''But that didn't go over so well with them,'' Bradley said, laughing...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Philip Rivers: ‘I will always be playing for San Diego’

The Chargers may be moving to Los Angeles, but quarterback Philip Rivers’s affections still lie with San Diego, too.Rivers gave an emotional speech Tuesday night at the San Diego Hall of Champions dinner, telling the assembled faithful that no matter what, he’ll still have the city in his heart.“It really was special over the last decade,” Rivers told the audience, via ESPN...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers tackle arrested for violating order of protection

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap is free on $1,000 bond after being arrested inside his girlfriend's home for violating an order of protection. Dunlap was released Friday and is scheduled for a court appearance March 7. Nashville police found Dunlap inside the home of his girlfriend Thursday night. They confirmed she had an order of protection...
Via Associated Press
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers tickets in LA will be double the price they were in San Diego last year

It’s rough to be a Chargers fan right now. First off, those in San Diego had to watch the team move to big, bad Los Angeles. To make matters worse, folks who still want to see the Chargers in person for the 2017 season are going to have to pay a pretty penny. With the team playing in only a 30,000-seat stadium — Stubhub Center — during the 2017 season, tickets are expected...
Via The Comeback
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Lynn says Melvin Gordon ‘not there yet’ despite breakout season

Melvin Gordon had a breakout season in 2016 and appeared at times to be the best running back in the NFL, but new San Diego Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn is confident the former Wisconsin star can be even better.While speaking to reporters this week, Lynn vowed to get more out of Gordon in 2017.“I’ve watched some tape on him,” the first-year head coach said, per Eric D....
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn warns about L.A. market

The Los Angeles Chargers will be conducting a lot of firsts this year. They will be going through their first OTAs in Los Angeles since relocating from San Diego. After that, the Chargers will take part in their first training camp in their new city. And ultimately, they will play their first game at the smallish StubHub Center in Carson.It’s going to be a learning experience for...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chargers are raising season ticket prices for first year back in LA

The Los Angeles Chargers revealed what fans of the recently relocated team will have to pay for season-ticket prices, and it’s actually more than what the team charged its fans during its final season in San Diego last year.Chargers fans hoping for some of the best seats at StubHub Center, which will hold approximately 30,000 people, will have to pay $375 per game for season tickets...
Via FOX Sports
11 days ago

Chargers ticket prices for 2017 will blow your mind

Los Angeles Chargers games won’t be cheap in 2017. In fact, Chargers ticket prices, on average, will dwarf 2016’s most expensive team. This makes sense from only one perspective. Los Angeles will be playing its home games in by far the league’s smallest venue. Naturally, tickets have to be more expensive than league average.But $60 more than the most expensive team?This is...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers announce season ticket prices for return to LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Chargers have announced season ticket prices for their return to Los Angeles, where they will play the next two years at 30,000-seat StubHub Center in Carson. The team said Tuesday that prices for season tickets range from $70 to $375 per game depending on seating locations. Season tickets to all home games range from $700 to $3,750. Next season's NFL schedule...
Via Associated Press
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Developer contacts NFL about privately funding stadium in San Diego

After years of battles to get the city of San Diego to help pay for a new stadium, the now Los Angeles Chargers abandoned hope. Less than two months later, there is another potential solution that could bring the NFL back to the Southern Californian city.As reported by Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune, Doug Manchester has approached the NFL about privately funding a new...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns announce cuts to ticket prices next season

The Cleveland Browns organization has announced a reduction in tickets prices next season in several sections at FirstEnergy Stadium.All told, ticket prices will see a 40 percent price-cut heading into next season, per a release from Browns team spokesman Peter John-Baptiste.“We are incredibly grateful for the passion and support we receive from our fans and felt it was appropriate...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Padres to offer team store credit in exchange for Chargers gear

Since most fans in San Diego can’t stand the sight of their Chargers gear after the team decided to move to Los Angeles, the Padres, the city’s last major professional sports team left, are offering something in return for that gear.At the “Celebrate San Diego Rally” on Feb. 11 at Petco Park, the Padres will offer $25 credit to the team store in exchange for Chargers gear...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Melvin Gordon thinks fans in San Diego will keep supporting Chargers

Melvin Gordon isn’t ready to let go of his fans in San Diego.The Chargers are packing their bags and moving to Los Angeles, leaving supporters in San Diego behind. Gordon, though, thinks a long-distance relationship can work, according to’s James Walker:“I don’t think we’re going to lose everyone in San Diego,” Gordon told ESPN Friday. “I really don’t think...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers players may be showing fake enthusiasm for playing in LA

The Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, which sounds pretty nice. Are the players excited about leaving San Diego for Los Angeles? Well…maybe? Chargers offensive guard Matt Slauson thinks there is a segment of the team that is far from thrilled about leaving San Diego, and he described the situation like being caught in the middle and not having much of a choice. “As players...
Via The Comeback
January 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: NFL owners, executives upset at Chargers’ move to Los Angeles

It turns out that the San Diego Chargers’ decision to move to Los Angeles is unpopular pretty much everywhere else as well.According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, NFL owners and league executives alike are unhappy with the team’s move, with the league office said to be “besides itself,” with the move having been “bungled so bad” that there is a hope that the Chargers may...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Anthony Lynn: Melvin Gordon’s game ‘growing like a weed’

Count new head coach Anthony Lynn as a big fan of Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon. Lynn said he’s excited to help Gordon reach new heights after he broke out with 12 total touchdowns during his second NFL season. “He’s very dynamic,” Lynn said, according to Eric Williams of ESPN. “He’s a hard-working young man. He took his game to another level, and...
Via The Sports Daily
January 19, 2017  |  Discuss

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