CHICAGO, IL : Matt Forte #22 of the Chicago Bears gains yardage as Donald Butler #56 of the San Diego Chargers moves in for the tackle at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Free Agency Roundup: Roscoe Parrish - 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 wide receiver/kick returner Roscoe Parrish.
Woman to officiate Chargers-Packers game - Bill Williamson
While I think the lockout is a potentially ugly situation for the game, the opportunity for Eastin on Thursday is terrific for the game, and it adds a dose of intrigue to an otherwise lackluster first preseason game for the Chargers.
Evening AFC West notes - Bill Williamson
The Chargers’ preseason opener against Green Bay on Thursday will not be blacked out on local television. The game will be broadcast by ESPN.
Ravens import Johnson bringing toughness to new team - Scott Bair
"One of the main reasons I wanted to come to San Diego is that this team has potential to do something special," said Johnson, who turns 31 next week. "Above all else, I want to win. You can tell they want that so bad here."
Bolts' Pagano has help in first stint as coordinator - Kevin Acee (UT$)
To that end, it wasn’t necessarily on purpose but it wasn’t by accident either that the Chargers this offseason hired two assistants who have previously been NFL defensive coordinators.
Acee: New understanding of Chargers fandom - Kevin Acee (UT$)
I have to tell you about the nicest, most excitedly optimistic, only slightly askew people I met on Saturday.
Chargers' Butler regains lost step - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"My burst to the ball, my reads — everything. I’m a lot quicker out there," Butler, 23, said. "I had lost a step, for sure, coming back. I wasn’t quite 100 percent last year. Now, I feel I can burst off my left side, really hold a block and get off a block. I feel a lot faster out there, both physically and mentally."