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Goodell wants to keep Raiders, Chargers in home markets

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell covered a whole host of issues at his annual press conference focusing on the state of the league. Among the most interesting topics covered was the future of the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers in their current home markets. Simply put, Goodell stated that the league will work to keep these two teams in their current cities: On San Diego...
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7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Should the Chargers Say Goodbye to Antonio Gates

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit When you think of great players that played for the San Diego Chargers, a few players...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Super Bowl 50: The San Diego Chargers Then And Now

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit On December 18, 1966, the San Diego Chargers put the wraps on a 7-6-1 season by...
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Chargers' Verrett doesn't have to look far to find the NFL's toughest cover

Jason Verrett thinks he squares off against the NFL's toughest receiver five times a week -- but never on Sundays.The San Diego Chargers' top cornerback said as much when teammate Keenan Allen interrupted his Twitter Q&A session on Wednesday.Via Jason Verrett on Twitter:Verrett probably isn't kidding. Allen was one pace to shatter the Chargers' single-season receptions record...
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Indications Suggest Chargers TE Antonio Gates Won’t Retire

Michael Gehlken of the Union Tribune San Diego writes that veteran TE Antonio Gates wants to retire a Charger and indications are that he isn’t ready to retire just yet. “The way we played today, for a team with nothing to gain, nothing to lose, nothing, says a lot about us, man,” Gates said previously. “This is the type of team I would love to finish my career with....
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Chargers safety Eric Weddle posts progress photos as he shaves his massive beard

"I'm thinking of doing something crazy!!!" San Diego Chargers free safety Eric Weddle warned late Monday night before shaving off his trademark beard.And then the 31-year-old went after it, posting progress pictures during the cut as he transformed from the Weddle as we knew him to a dapper young surf shop owner."New beginnings baby," Weddle wrote, which may be a reference to the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL 2016: The San Diego Chargers Are Staying Put and Other Thoughts

Looks like the San Diego Chargers will remain in San Diego a little longer – at least until plans for the team can be worked out for the team in Los Angeles. According to a report on, Chargers chairman Dean Spanos said Friday that the team will stay in San Diego for the 2016 season but has an agreement with the Rams to move to Los Angeles if a long-term stadium solution...
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Post-Senior Bowl Mock: Chargers Selection

With the third pick in the draft, the San Diego Chargers select… The Chargers are another team that could potentially part ways with their head coach, but it also appears that they will part ways with longtime safety Eric Weddle. Ramsey is versatile enough to play either cornerback or safety, but I like him better long-term at safety. With Nkemdiche’s draft stock falling due...
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PHOTO: Possible Raiders stadium releases concept model

In recent days, another city has emerged as a competitor in what has become everyone’s favorite game: what city will the Raiders play in? With the San Diego Chargers agreeing to a tentative deal to share a stadium with the now Los Angeles Rams starting in the 2017 season, the Chargers are going to stay put for the upcoming season and leave the Raiders wondering about their future...
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Philip Rivers, Keenan Allen react to Chargers’ staying

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The San Diego Chargers made a surprising announcement when they announced yesterday...
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Logic and dollar signs will keep Chargers in San Diego

If the San Diego Chargers aren't coming to Los Angeles this season, they're not coming -- period.Sure, the Chargers have an agreement in place with Rams owner $tan Kroenke that would make the franchise tenants inside the new stadium being built in Inglewood. The Chargers can exercise that clause until January 2017. The club also has purchased land in Orange County that would be used...
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Chargers Will Play In San Diego In 2016, Possibly Moving In 2017

The Chargers are going to be staying in San Diego for the 2016 season. Their fate may change in 2017 with a possible move to Los Angeles to join the Rams. Owner Dean Spanos released a statement on Friday announcing the team’s stay in San Diego this year. However, he also announced that an agreement has been reached with the Los Angeles Rams that would allow the teams to share an...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name the San Diego Chargers' Super Bowl XXIX starting lineup

The San Diego Chargers have appeared in only one Super Bowl (XXIX), where they lost to the San Francisco 49ers, 49-26. Can you name the Chargers' starting lineup for that Super Bowl roster?
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Chargers players urging fans to attend games in San Diego

Some Chargers players are pretty pumped up that the team will be spending the 2016 season in San Diego, and they took to Twitter Friday to urge fans to attend the team’s home games. Shortly after the news was announced, wide receiver Keenan Allen said to fans the “stadium better be packed.” So it's looks like we are going to be in San Diego for another season. The stadium...
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Chargers to play in San Diego in 2016 with leverage of LA agreement now public

Imagine being a Chargers fan in San Diego these days. First, your team applied to leave your city for Los Angeles. Luckily for you, the NFL accepted the Rams’ stadium proposal not the Chargers’ and all seemed well… except that the league left open the option for your team to latch on to the Rams’ stadium in Inglewood. Talks between the Rams and Chargers seemed to be...
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Chairman says Chargers to stay in San Diego in 2016

SAN DIEGO (AP) Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos said Friday that the team will play in San Diego in 2016, and he'll work with politicians and the business community to try to resolve a long, bitter fight over a new stadium. Spanos' statement was posted on the team website shortly after the Union-Tribune reported that the Chargers had agreed in principle to join the Los Angeles Rams...
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Chargers owner says team will play in San Diego for 2016

Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced Friday that the team will remain in San Diego for the 2016 NFL season despite reaching agreement with the Rams on joining them in Inglewood. “Today I decided our team will stay in San Diego for the 2016 season and I hope for the long term in a new stadium,” Spanos announced in a statement. “I have met with Mayor Faulconer and Supervisor...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams, Chargers agree to share stadium in Inglewood

The Los Angeles Rams announced they would be making the move back to California earlier this month and it looks like the San Diego Chargers could be joining them very soon. When the Rams won the bid to move out of St. Louis, the NFL gave the Chargers the option to join them, on which a decision had to be made before January 15, 2017. While nothing has become official yet, it looks...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers, Rams agree to share stadium in Inglewood

Los Angeles may be getting two teams after all. Earlier this month, the NFL approved the long-anticipated move of the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles, and the San Diego Chargers were given until Jan. 15, 2017 to reach an agreement with the Rams to share their proposed stadium in Inglewood if they chose to move to Los Angeles with them. On Friday, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Rams, Chargers have preliminary Inglewood stadium deal

The Los Angeles Rams have reached a deal in principle with the Chargers over the parameters of a stadium-sharing agreement in Inglewood, according to a report. Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported Friday that the two sides have a deal which would clear the way for the Chargers to move to Los Angeles if they wish to do so. The agreement doesn’t mean a move is definitely...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL combine will continue to be held in Indianapolis through 2020

The wildly popular NFL scouting combine has been held in Indianapolis since 1987, and the city will continue to host the event through 2020 after Visit Indy signed a five-year extension with the league. Per Zak Keefer of, the deal was concluded after “nearly a year of negotiations.” This is the first time that a long-term contract has been struck, as the NFL had...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

L.A. mayor would welcome Chargers, but loves idea of SoCal rivalry

Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said he’s down with the San Diego Chargers moving to L.A., but said he’d rather see the team stay in San Diego than join the Rams. “We’d welcome any team to come here, but I love the idea of a great rivalry to the south,” Garcetti said on ESPN Radio’s Capital Games podcast yesterday. “We wish them luck.” NFL owners approved the Rams...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers apply to trademark multiple Los Angeles names

In the latest sign that the San Diego Chargers are prepared to join the Rams in Los Angeles, the team reportedly applied to trademark multiple names in relation to the city that resides a bit further north in California. According to Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times, the Chargers applied to trademark “L.A.” and “Los Angeles” two days after the league-wide vote last...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Weddle on Chargers: ‘I probably will never speak to them again’

After enjoying a largely successful nine-year career with the San Diego Chargers that included three trips to the Pro Bowl and being named a First-Team All-Pro on two occasions, it appears Eric Weddle’s time with the organization has come to an end, especially given the safety said he’s unlikely ever to speak with the team again. Weddle indicated he didn’t even participate...
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January 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Philip Rivers: Chargers need to 'reload,' not rebuild

Despite falling drastically short of expectations and having a 4-11 record, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers believes the team needs to "reload" rather than rebuild.At the very least, that would be Rivers' hopes for the Chargers."I don’t have time for 'real far off,'" the 34-year-old Rivers said on Wednesday.Without a playoff victory now for the past seven years, many...
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December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

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