SAN DIEGO, CA: The San Diego Charger-girl Cheerleaders perform against the San Francisco 49ers during their preseason NFL Game at Qualcomm Stadium in San DIego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
Steve Young thinks players who were injured should sue the Saints - Michael David Smith
"The problem is that they institutionalized paying somebody for actually hurting them. To me that goes to the integrity of the game. The fact that they institutionalized it tells me that this is a big issue."
Cowboys Free Agency 2012: Does Luis Castillo Interest Dallas? - Archie Barberio
At one point during his career, Castillo was considered to be one of the premier five technique defensive ends in the NFL. He isn't that caliber of player anymore, but it wouldn't be a bad idea for the Cowboys to check him out.
Charger Girls to host pre-auditions workshop - Chargers.com
"We host a workshop every year to give a broader idea of everything we're looking for," Charger Girls Director Lisa Simmons said. "We work with them on dance technique, choreography and put them through a mock audition. We do our best to prepare them for what they can expect in April."
Chargers won't ignore defense - Christopher Smith
San Diego has other roster needs, including offensive line, but General Manager A.J. Smith is determined to build a playoff-worthy defense.
Jared Gaither, Chargers Talking Contract This Week - Alfie Crow
Offensive tackle Jared Gaither, who was claimed off of waivers from the Kansas City Chiefs and started five games for the San Diego Chargers, made a good enough impression during those games that the two sides are talking about a new contract this week, according to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com.
Chargers Explain The Jackson Decision - Derek Togerson
“Well, Vincent’s number was very, very high. We were uncomfortable with that from the very beginning, so we took until about 30 minutes before and decided we’re not going to do that. We’ve got so much to do that we weren’t comfortable with that number. As far as taking that and putting it on another player, we just want to hold that and just move on. So some of the players that we have to do, we’ll have them long-term, or we won’t have them at all, rather than a one-year stop-gap.