LOS ANGELES: Defensive end Nick Perry #6 of the USC Trojans forces a fumble by quarterback Tommy Rees #13 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to set up USC's touchdown at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles California. Notre Dame won 20-16. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Canepa: Weddle's All-Pro season explains big contract - Nick Canepa
If there was controversy surrounding Weddle — and there was — it has ceased. His performance has seen to that.
Chargers' Shelmon leaves coaching - Kevin Acee
It is believed Shelmon, who made the decision to leave based on some health concerns, is going to take at least a year off from the profession he has been in for almost four decades.
2012 NFL Mock Draft: Nick Perry Projected As First Round Pick To San Diego Chargers - Eric Stephen
USC Trojans defensive end Nick Perry made a name for himself in his junior season in 2011, providing a consistent pass rush all season. Perry decided to turn pro rather than return for his senior season, and it appears that decision will pay off. In the latest 2012 NFL Mock Draft at SB Nation, Perry is projected to be picked No. 18 in the first round to the San Diego Chargers.
Dinosaur Comics - January 10th, 2012 - Ryan North
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This Day In History: The Cincinnati Bengals Defeat The San Diego Chargers In The Freezer Bowl - Josh Kirkendall
Temperatures reportedly dropped to 37 degrees below zero in what was nicknamed the Freezer Bowl. Factoring in the wind chill, it's was the coldest known NFL game in the history of forever when the Cincinnati Bengals hosted the San Diego Chargers on January 10, 1982, during the 1981 AFC Championship Game. The Chargers comprised of a mighty offense, with future Hall of Famers such as quarterback Dan Fouts, tight end Kellen Winslow and former Bengals wide receiver Charlie Joiner. Though with only one future Hall of Famer on the roster, the Cincinnati Bengals starting lineup had a who's who in Bengals history.