The 2006 Draft: Six Years Later - Tom Gower
Best value: Evans. Beyond him, the Texans found right tackle Eric Winston 66th overall, one pick after Spencer. A trio of sixth-round selections, Kevin Boothe, Cornell, 176th overall to the Raiders); Jeromey Clary, Kansas State, 187th overall to the Chargers; and Charlie Johnson, Oklahoma State, 199th overall to the Colts, all exceeded expectations.
Chat wrap: Chargers' WR group is deep - Bill Williamson
I think it really runs four deep with Meachem, Floyd, Brown and Royal. If can they all stay healthy, I kind like the group. Rivers likes to spread the ball around.
Breaking down Kiper's mock draft - Bill Williamson
18. San Diego: Chandler Jones, LB, Syracuse. My take: I know Jones is considered a riser, but I think this may be too high. I’d stick with Illinois’ pass-rusher Whitney Mercilus.
Draft History: Specialists - Christopher Smith
As we begin our preview of the specialists available in the 2012 NFL Draft, here’s a look at players the Chargers have drafted at the position.
Castillo returns with one-year deal - Scott Bair
Luis Castillo wasn't a former Charger for too long. The veteran defensive end was released by the team that drafted him on March 5, and agreed to return on Wednesday afternoon.
Aaron Hernandez: The New NFL Athlete - Sam Monson
As anybody familiar with college recruiting knows, sometimes you’ll chase athletes rather than football players without knowing yet how you’re going to use them. You do this because they are so athletically gifted that once you figure out what to do with them, you know they’ll have an impact on your football team.
Lions coach reflects on beating Bolts - Michael Gehlken
"I don't know if that was an accident," Schwartz said. "I think we have some unique weapons on offense, and we have a (defensive) scheme that's a little different than other people. … Those things come into play.