San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers linebacker Jarret Johnson (96) during training camp at Charger Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
Camp Tour 2012: San Diego - Neil Hornsby
Full disclosure here: Jarret Johnson has always been one of my favorites. I’m not sure there’s a better player against the run from the outside linebacker position in the NFL. When with the Ravens, trying to run frequently to his side was bordering on stupidity and it’s unlikely, given his previous consistency, much will change in that regard.
2011 Route Efficiency: Go Routes - Ben Stockwell
The Packers’ one-two punch were two of only three receivers (along with Malcom Floyd) to catch more than 60% of their targets on go routes. In fact, nobody else in the entire league had a completion percentage above 55% on their go route targets outside of this trio
A Q&A with Chargers center David Molk - Christopher Hadorn
Molk is a long-term developmental prospect who could take over the starting center spot whenever 10-year veteran Nick Hardwick decides to retire from the game.
Gates feels he still has something to prove - Scott Bair
He talked about ridding the roster of prima donnas. He talked with optimism about this year's renovated roster, focusing on the heightened level of accountability for players in camp. Everyone, he said, must earn the right to be a Charger.
It's one and done for Boller - Scott Bair
"As a defender, it really helps with your angles and helps you avoid bad habits like over-running the ball carrier," said strong safety Brandon Taylor, the team's third-round draft pick. "Today was a good step, considering we haven't been out in pads since I got here."
With Manning aboard, AFC West has become an arms race - Jay Paris
The Chargers have blemishes, like all teams. But they're fortunate to have Rivers. To underscore the importance of keeping him healthy, just ask Manning how last year worked out for the Indianapolis Colts