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This photo perfectly sums up how the San Diego Chargers stadium forum went

San Diego Chargers fans flocked to a public forum Monday night to offer advice and criticism to the Mayor’s task force on how and where the city should build a new stadium. The San Diego Union Tribune has all the details, but most of all this photo caught my eye. This one photo tells you everything you need to know about tonight's Chargers stadium forum.
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San Diego Chargers fare extremely well in logo power rankings

It’s the symbol that represents a city and a franchise; it’s the mark that fans wear with pride, showing their allegiance to their favorite team. That’s what makes a logo important. And while every NFL team’s signature is recognizable, not all of them are created equal. Some are classic and iconic. Others are modern and cool. But a few are downright putrid, bastions from...
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Chargers fans rally to Qualcomm for public forum

Thousands of voices echoed in symphony inside of Qualcomm Stadium Monday evening. But it wasn't the ever popular "Let's go Chargers!" chant that typically resonates within the concrete halls of the stadium once dedicated to Jack Murphy. These fans weren't out to support Philip Rivers orchestrate a game-winning drive against Peyton Manning and the rival Broncos on Monday Night Football...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
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Chargers fans rally behind efforts to keep team in San Diego

  From famed Super Bowl gatecrasher Dion Rich to an unofficial mascot called Boltman, Chargers fans turned out Monday night to support their team, which is threatening to move to a Los Angeles suburb if it doesn't get a new stadium in San Diego. Some 400 fans, many wearing Chargers jerseys, packed a lounge at aging Qualcomm Stadium for a public forum held by an advisory group appointed...
Via AP on Fox
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Rich, Boltman among Chargers fans pulling for new stadium

SAN DIEGO (AP) From famed Super Bowl gatecrasher Dion Rich to an unofficial mascot called Boltman, Chargers fans turned out Monday night to support their team, which is threatening to move to a Los Angeles suburb if it doesn't get a new stadium in San Diego. Some 400 fans, many wearing Chargers jerseys, packed a lounge at aging Qualcomm Stadium for a public forum held by an advisory...
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2015 NFL draft needs in the AFC West

Every team has their areas of need coming into this 2015 NFL draft, and every front office will be in the war rooms shuffling their draft boards to find who best fits their organizations. Today we’re looking at the needs of the four teams from the AFC West: Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Denver Broncos. Starting with their first round pick order from...
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Long-time San Diego Chargers man calls it a career, retires from the NFL

Long-time (and former) San Diego Chargers general manager A.J. Smith is calling it a career from the NFL. Former @Chargers GM retires from NFL: — NFL (@nfl) March 2, 2015 Smith was with the Redskins the last two seasons as consultant but had been the Chargers GM from 2003-2012. AROUND COVER32 Five Things: Players who shouldn’t...
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San Diego Chargers: 5 Potential Bargains in Free Agency

There's plenty of premiere talent potentially available from day one but regularly the best deals are found after the dust begins to settle, when some players with doubts sign with teams on prove-yourself one-year deals.The San Diego Chargers played that market excellently to add Brandon Flowers last offseason. He was a key addition that will likely be paid by someone else in 2015...
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Chargers Tight Ends: A Tale of Two Legends

More than just a blocker who occasionally catches a pass, the San Diego Chargers have a legacy of turning a tight end into a primary offensive weapon. It all began in 1979 when the Chargers drafted the six-foot-five, 250 pound Kellen Winslow out of Missouri 13th overall. What they got was a large, agile player with good hands who fit perfectly into the Chargers "Air Coryell" offense...
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San Diego Chargers remind kids to eat their veggies, dig up awesome photos

The San Diego Chargers are just out here being public servants. Kids, Eat your vegetables so you grow up big and strong like King Dunlap. #TBT Love, Mom — San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) February 26, 2015 Yes, that is a real photo of King Dunlap and Eddie Royal. AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten teams that should trade for Adrian Peterson Bold...
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San Diego Chargers: Biggest Draft Day Regret In Franchise History

The San Diego Chargers have been guilty of getting rid of or negligent in drafting Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. Just look at their history: they traded the rights to Eli Manning, released Drew Brees and passed on selecting Tom Brady in the NFL Draft. The common thread between all three is the ability to play at their best in big games. How often does a franchise regret their...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Telesco's Initial 2 Years as San Diego Chargers GM

Back in January 2013, the San Diego Chargers fired former GM A.J Smith having failed to reach the playoffs since 2009. There needed to be fresh blood brining in the right talent to San Diego and later that month, in stepped Tom Telesco from the Indianapolis Colts, tasked to bring the Chargers back to their best. So over the past two years how has he done? And what does Telesco need...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Chargers LB Jarret Johnson Retiring From NFL

Chargers LB Jarret Johnson announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson. Johnson had said after the 2014 season that retirement was an option for him, so this isn’t a complete shock. “I’m not a spring chicken,” Johnson said back in January, via the Union-Tribune San Diego. “I’m going to go home and evaluate where I’m at. Obviously, what...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Raiders CEO: Relocation is a significant possibility

Former Oakland Raiders CEO Amy Trask isn’t only among the most respected football people out there, she’s in the know when it comes to what’s happening around the National Football League. So her recent comments regarding the potential of the Oakland Raiders relocating to Southern California shouldn’t be taken with a grain of salt. I believe that the site of the Oakland...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego mayor, Chargers owner meet to talk stadium plans

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos met on Sunday and afterward announced that a mayor's advisory committee will speed up its work and present a stadium plan to the team within three months that could keep it from moving to the Los Angeles area. The one-hour morning meeting at the Padres' Petco Park came after a surprise announcement...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
8 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers 2015 NFL Off-Season Preview

Positions of Need Guard Chad Rinehart and Johnnie Troutman were awful last season at guard for the Chargers, grading out 73rd and 77th respectively out of 78 eligible. Chris Watt, a 2014 3rd round pick, was decent as a rookie on 496 snaps at both guard and center. He should have a bigger role in 2015 and could easily be a future starter, but they need someone else who can start opposite...
Via The Football Fan Spot
9 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers re-sign OT King Dunlap

King Dunlap, a 2008 7th round pick, started 6 games in his first 4 seasons combined, but he’s started 39 games (38 at left tackle and 1 at right tackle) over the past 3 seasons, 2012 with the Eagles and 2013 and 2014 with the Chargers. He graded out 37th in 2012, 6th in 2013, and 23rd in 2014. The big 6-9 310 pounder took a while to put it all together, but he’s developed into...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chargers-Raiders Stadium Hype Video

Even in its infancy, the idea of the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders sharing a stadium in Southern California has the football world abuzz. As you already know, the two teams released a joint statement indicating their plans to build a new stadium in the city of Carson should they be unable to work out stadium issues in San Diego and Oakland. Immediately after that announcement...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

New Poll in San Diego Appears to be Unfriendly to the Chargers

On the heels of the San Diego Chargers setting forth a plan to potentially build a two-team stadium with the Oakland Raiders in Los Angeles, it appears that citizens of that southernmost California city aren’t exactly too happy with the team (h/t U-T San Diego).  The small sample size aside, this has to be alarming to Chargers owner Dean Spanos and company. While it doesn’t...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers re-sign King Dunlap to four-year deal

While they were busy making headlines for their potential move to Los Angeles, the San Diego Chargers also made a move to solidify the team they will put on the field in 2015. On Friday the Chargers agreed to a four-year, $28 million contract with massive left tackle King Dunlap, who was scheduled to become a free agent. Dunlap started all 16 games as Philip Rivers’ blindside...
Via Rumors and Rants
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders and Chargers propose joint L.A. stadium as backup

Two NFL teams sharing a stadium is nothing new, but two teams from the same division playing in the same digs? The Chargers and Raiders released a joint statement Thursday announcing the pursuit of a new stadium in Carson that will be home to the two AFC West rivals with one caveat. The plan will...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Weddle crushes Warren Sapp over Twitter

Those who have beef with Warren Sapp finally had a good reason to unload on the Hall of Famer this week. Perhaps nobody hammered Sapp as hard as Eric Weddle did, though. Weddle signed a five-year, $40 million contract extension with the Chargers in 2011 that included $19 million guaranteed. Though Weddle is a three-time...Read More
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

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