The beauty of a head coach in the National Football League is the ability to take a star and make him an even bigger star. Former Chargers head coach Bobby Ross acquired a second-year player in Junior Seau, and he did just that in 1992.
The LA Chargers struck gold in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft when Northwestern tackle Rashawn Slater fell to 13. Many had Slater going much earlier in the draft with some analysts even preferring Slater over Penei Sewell on the offensive tackle big board.
In year three, expectations will be as high as ever for Nas. As a whole, the Chargers defense should be much improved under Brandon Staley after watching him turn the Rams’ unit into the league’s best just one year ago in his first season as an NFL defensive coordinator.
The Chargers are a couple of days away from minicamp, and then they will be gone until training camp in late July. The work will begin as the Chargers players are still getting used to their new head coach Brandon Staley and his staff.
The LA Chargers have had a busy offseason. Not only did the front office have to navigate a coaching change early in the offseason but the front office then had to build up the roster to help fit the vision that Brandon Staley had for the team.
After a record-breaking rookie year, what will Justin Herbert do for an encore? Well, that is the big question heading into his second year. He has his fifth new head coach and sixth different offensive coordinator in six seasons (including college).
Smith will compete for a PS spot once again in 2021. T.J. Smith came to the University of Arkansas as a three-star recruit out of Colquitt Country High School, though he played his first three years of prep ball at North Stanley High in New London, North Carolina.
This week’s presser was a ton of fun. Good morning Chargers fans, and happy Hump Day! In the Chargers’ Monday presser, we got to speak with Uchenna Nwosu, Mike Williams, offensive line coach Frank Smith, quarterbacks coach Shane Day, and secondary coach Derrick Ansley.
There is a lot of excitement around the LA Chargers heading into the 2021 NFL season. The Chargers were one of the most disappointing teams in football last season but have the talent to truly take the NFL by storm in 2021.
The LA Chargers are looking for a fresh start in 2021. While many of the same faces on the field are still around, the team is looking to start a new era with Justin Hebert in his second season and Brandon Staley now running the show.
Hall found his way back to the Bolts this offseason after spending time with MIN and NO. Kicking off our annual 90-in-90 series is cornerback Kemon Hall who most recently re-signed with the Chargers this offseason after spending time with both the Vikings and Saints during the past two seasons.
While there are questions on the field about whether the Chargers new coaching staff will gel with the players, which it seems they have, there are also questions surrounding certain players like Chargers receiver Mike Williams.
Another season of praying and keeping out fingers crossed in on tap. Justin Herbert has played in one game shy of a season’s worth of contests and he’s already being held as one of the best, young quarterbacks in the NFL.
Despite looking like the perfect fit, the LA Chargers were not the team to come away with Julio Jones after weeks of speculation. The Tennessee Titans traded a measly second and fourth-round pick for the future Hall of Famer and it is a price that the Chargers are foolish to not match.
There are 39 individuals in the Los Angeles Chargers’ Hall of Fame, but former special-teams standout Hank Bauer isn't one of them. Call it what you will: An oversight, a misunderstanding or a mistake.