Yet more cheerleaders. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
Volek has Rivers' back - Chris Jenkins
"People ought to be able to see what he’s like, need to know how bad he wants to win. I wish they could be a fly on the wall and hear the words that come out of his mouth. Maybe then they’d really know how much he cares. They’d get him. They’d see.
Spanos now must dare to be great - Tim Sullivan
Yet faced with significant erosion in his season ticket sales and no viable stadium alternative in Los Angeles, Spanos could sure use dynamic leadership that is neither uncomfortable in front of a microphone (Turner), invisible during a crisis (Smith) nor new to command (career coordinators).
Beat goes on, McNeill placed on IR - Tom Sheridan
Coach Norv Turner said that Tyronne Green, who has been inactive the last two games with a hand injury, worked out at left tackle in practice on Wednesday. Green started the three games before that at left guard.
Rolando McClain arrest details disturbing - Bill Williamson
After he was given permission to go home to Decatur for the funeral of his grandfather, Rolando McClain, the No. 8 overall pick of the 2010 draft, was arrested on firearms, assault and other charges after being involved in a fight Wednesday night.
One player to watch - Bill Williamson
Cam Thomas, defensive tackle: Thomas, a fifth-round pick last year, is playing and he is making some plays for the Chargers. San Diego thought it got a steal in Thomas last year. He will be given ample opportunities to continue his growth Monday at Jacksonville.
Chat Wrap: Cowher to Chargers? - Bill Williamson
It is almost a certainty Turner will be gone. Smith may be safe. But if he is gone, too, Cowher could be in play if the Chargers want to spend big. They may have to regain the trust of the fan base. Fisher could be a possibility if Smith sticks around.