Philip Rivers can be a Pro Bowl QB, says Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt - Steve Muma
"I think he can be a Pro Bowl quarterback," Whisenhunt said. "I think he can play at that level again. That's certainly something I see from him, and hopefully we'll be able to achieve that this year."
Sports Report: How San Diego’s Sports Media Scene’s Suffering - John Gennaro
Doug Manchester, owner of the U-T, created a dangerous atmosphere when he purchased, and subsequently disassembled, the North County Times newspaper. Now, with the U-T’s sports section and The Mighty feuding with each other, the fans will get less exposure to experts and the sportswriters will get less exposure for their articles. That seems like a lose-lose situation for everyone.
Broncos boost secondary with longtime foe Jammer - Arnie Stapleton
"We are so stacked at corner," the anchor of Denver’s defense said earlier this month. "We have so many guys that can play." Add Quentin Jammer to that list.
Week in Review: Starks, Butler, Rivers and More - Ricky Henne
The next two weeks figure to be busy ones here at Chargers Park with four OTA sessions starting Monday and minicamp taking place the week after
Mailbag Part 3: Ingram, Liuget and Te'o - Ricky Henne
When General Manager Tom Telesco was first hired, I asked if there was one player he scouted while he was with the Indianapolis Colts that he liked a lot that is on the Chargers, and before I finished my sentence he said Liuget. Corey is proving to be an elite defensive end that really excelled last year under Defensive Coordinator John Pagano. Many experts thought he deserved to be a Pro Bowler, and if the Chargers finished with a better record I think that could have been the case.