SAN DIEGO: Running back Ryan Mathews #24 of the San Diego Chargers carries the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Chargers sign San Diego native - Michael Gehlken
On Monday, the team signed former Nebraska-Kearney cornerback Arthur Hobbs, a San Diego native, and ex-Chiefs defensive tackle Garrett Brown to three-year contracts.
Mathews plans for explosive third season - Christopher Smith
Mathews figures to set the table for an even-better 2012 by going through an entire offseason training program with his coaches and teammates at Chargers Park. "Being able to be at our facility with our own stuff instead of having to find somewhere to work out, it’s just a lot better for us. It affected a lot of guys (last year)," Mathews said.
Chargers have deals with all seven draft picks - Michael Gehlken
Around the league, third-round draft picks have generally taken more time to sign, said Alvin Nelson, Taylor's agent, pointing to the matter of how much money is allocated.
Chargers have several more numbers they should retire - Nick Canepa
Besides Alworth and Fouts, the Chargers have four other players — Ron Mix (74), Kellen Winslow (80), Charlie Joiner (18) and Fred Dean (71) — in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Those numbers have not been retired. And they should be.
State board reprimands Chargers doctor - Brent Schrotenboer
The state medical board has concluded a case against Chargers head team doctor David Chao without restricting his license or putting him on probation.
San Diego native answers Chargers' call - Michael Gehlken
"I thought it was a prank call at first," Hobbs, 22, said. "But he was like, 'Yeah, I talked to your agent already. We're set up for a three-day tryout.'"
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