Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports Alright everyone, we’re starting to enter the value rounds of the NFL Draft. The third round has been notorious over the years for having some of the biggest steals of the draft with an incredible amount of current stars and future hall-of-famers coming from these late day 2 selections.
The Los Angeles Chargers are in the market for a new quarterback. Can Teddy Bridgewater replace Philip Rivers as the Chargers’ signal-caller? Throughout the offseason, I will be writing this series of articles focusing on potential free-agent acquisitions for the Chargers.
The LA Chargers are officially setting their eyes on a new starting quarterback for the 2020-2021 season as announced by the team on Monday. How will the change impact the team’s leading receivers throughout the season?
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports The last three years haven’t been the kindest in regards to second-round draft picks selected by the Chargers. Three years ago, the Chargers somehow managed to have Forrest Lamp fall to them after he was widely-regarded as one of, if not, the top offensive lineman in that entire draft class.
Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports When a team as a whole is having success, it’s easy to get through each week as a football fan. But when the team isn’t doing so hot, and they finish with a record under .500 on the year, it becomes almost tedious to lounge on your couch and watch the game every weekend.
Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports Third-year outside linebacker Uchenna Nwosu is set to receive some new hardware later this month as the inaugural winner of the Mayor’s Community Athlete Award presented by the Los Angeles Sports Council.
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Well that was a direct shot to the nether-regions. In a recent interview with The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec, the nine-year Chargers defender gave a tentative answer when he was asked which organization he would decide to officially retire with.
The Los Angeles Chargers officially announced this week that they have moved on from Philip Rivers, leading many to believe they are going to make an all-out push to sign Tom Brady and/or draft a quarterback.