Memo to San Diego Chargers, Philip Rivers: Time to Step Up - TheXLog
Rivers. I’ve always stated that Rivers needed LaDainian Tomlinson and Antonio Gates to be a quality quarterback, but after LT left and Rivers kept producing, I quit buying what I was selling.
Chargers-Chiefs Preview - CBS Sports
"We just need to play better and put a complete game together," said Rivers, who finished with a season-low 179 passing yards. "We still haven't put one together and we're 4-2. You can look at that two ways: Obviously we're not playing as good as we can and we've won four games, or we better put it together or we're not going to get done what we want to get done."
Chargers gird for twisting part of their schedule - Chris Jenkins
This was last week, a few days before the bye-rested, once-beaten Chargers headed east for a deflating start to the most uneven sequence of games in Norv Turner’s four-plus seasons as head coach.
Rivers might be pressing, but he insists he's healthy (and 4-2) - Kevin Acee
Philip Rivers might be the most honest man in professional sports, with the qualifier "might" included only because you can’t believe in absolutes in this business.
Gilchrist working with first team - Kevin Acee
Cason mostly declined comment on Wednesday other than to say, "I'm thinking I need to keep preparing, keep practicing and keep working on getting better."
Source: Colin Baxter joins Chargers - Rich Cimini
Colin Baxter was released Tuesday by the Jets and cleared waivers, but instead of accepting an offer by the Jets to return to their practice squad, he decided Wednesday to join the Chargers' practice squad, a league source confirmed.
Chargers LB Larry English to IR - Bill Williamson
San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Larry English was placed on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday with a broken left foot.