San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (left) drops back to pass during training camp at Charger Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
Free Agency Roundup: Le'Ron McClain - 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 the newest Chargers as we continue our preview through training camp with fullback Le’Ron McClain.
Brown Plans to Break Out in Big Way for Bolts - Ricky Henne
"Ronnie’s got a veteran presence, and I don’t think there’s anything we can throw at him that he can’t handle," he said. "He’s an outstanding receiver and a very elusive ball carrier. He’s really a good player. He’s a complete player. He runs, he catches and he makes big plays. We’re going to move him around and make things happen with him."
Mathews sore after car wreck - Scott Bair
"I feel like I played a full football game yesterday," Mathews said. "But I'm going to get my treatment, come back (Wednesday) and see what they say."
"When I sat there and watched L.T.'s retirement, I just thought, 'Wait, he was just here with us, playing,' " said Rivers, who also watched guard Kris Dielman call it quits this offseason. "[Tomlinson] had a heck of run, we didn't get it done and now all of a sudden, it's over."
Seeing is not believing with the Chargers just yet - Kevin Acee (UT$)
I will say I have never seen center Nick Hardwick talk the way he did on this subject, not just the words but the way he said them. I felt I was letting him down by not turning around and running straight through the locker room wall.
Gates "looks skinny," burning cornerbacks in practice - Evan Silva
"The best thing is, he can actually run," NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport stated on Inside Training Camp Live on Tuesday. "… He’s in shape. He looks skinny. He was burning cornerbacks left and right in practice. … He is feeling healthier now than he’s been in a couple of years.
Internal Monologue - Randall Munroe
Am I smiling enough? Should I be leaning on something? Where should my hands go?