San Diego Chargers 2012 NFL Mock Draft - Keet Bailey
Option #1: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford With tackles like Riley Reiff and Mike Adams rising, I’m seeing a Jonathan Martin fall down into the late teens, early 20′s. Martin is an athletic tackle that can play on either side at the next level. He has franchise tackle ability, although he needs a bit of work in staying consistent in pass protection.
Under the Cap: AFC West Cap Overview - Bryan McIntyre
After a season on the Chargers' practice squad, Dombrowski, an undrafted free agent out of San Diego State, has been a key reserve offensive lineman over the last three seasons, starting 15 of 47 games. With four offensive linemen ticketed for unrestricted free agency, an "original round/right of first refusal" tender at $1.26 million is a possibility.
Community dialog: Gillespie Field, Balboa Park, stadium - Mark Goldberg
I know that the Chargers represent an economic asset for the region, but neither Mark Fabiani nor Sanders have produced a detailed quantitative argument that comes close to showing a return on investment that would justify such a huge outlay for the city of San Diego, let alone for outlying cities.
Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Wide Receivers - Gordon McGuinness
After playing in just five games in the 2010 season after a holdout, Jackson showed his top-flight ability once again in 2011. It’s worth noting that he was our highest-rated WR in 2009 and you can expect him to draw a lot of attention from a team looking for a big-play threat.
In depth: San Diego Chargers | Zoneblitz.com
Our fearless leader, John Gennaro, does a Q&A about the Chargers 2011 season and what lies ahead.