San Diego, CA, USA;San Diego Chargers linebacker Larry English (52) during a blocking drill in training camp at Charger Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
Veteran LBs stand out at Chargers camp - Michael Gehlken
"I got that rhythm and confidence back, just having the repetition," English, 26, said. "Even knowing what to do. When you haven't done it in a while, you're a little bit nervous at first, getting back out there. You kind of have to get back into the swing of things, so that's what was real beneficial about that."
Chargers showing July 'sense of urgency' - Michael Gehlken
Sense of urgency. It's the phrase that follows the Chargers every offseason, the reason often offered to explain what has been — without a doubt — a problem, and that's starting their seasons slow.
Free Agency Roundup: Eddie Royal - Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers were active in free agency this offseason, adding top-end talent to an already rich roster. Here’s your chance to get to know these new additions as we preview the newest Chargers throughout training camp. First up is wide receiver Eddie Royal.
Troutman headed to PUP - Kevin Acee
As expected, Chargers fifth-round pick Johnnie Troutman will begin the season on the Physcially Unable to Perform list as he recovers from pectoral surgery. Troutman could be activated after the season's sixth game, and the Chargers believe he will be physically able to play in 2012
2011 Route Efficiency: Slants - Ben Stockwell
While a slant route is largely down to the work that a receiver and coverage defender do against each other, the work of the quarterback in terms of timing and locating the pass correctly is the finishing touch that can make a slant nearly indefensible.
ContextBot - Randall Munroe
Everyone stopped complaining about Google's data-gathering when they launched ContextBot, a system which replies to vague, enigmatic social network posts with context from the poster's life.