Chargers training camp: Can Philip Rivers become next Kurt Warner? - Clark Judge
What he did for Warner was jump-start his career through exercises that were as much mental as they were physical. He sharpened his focus by throwing something new at him, and it not only cleaned up his errors; it got him back to become one of the game's top quarterbacks.
Philip Rivers Looks to Set Tone on the Road - Ricky Henne
"It will be a good test for our team to go on the road and play in a tough environment," he said. "It will be our first test on the road with the noise and all those elements that you have to manage. We want to go get our first win. Obviously we’ll still be 0-0 at the end of it but you need to start getting the idea of winning on the road in your mind. We haven’t been great on the road in the past few years."
Daily Roundup: Updates on Malcom Floyd, Manti Te'o - Ricky Henne
Floyd injured his leg during practice today, and according to Head Coach Mike McCoy, is scheduled to have an MRI. You can read about it right here, then watch McCoy's press conference below.
Shareece Wright, Eddie Royal & Vincent Brown on Injury to Malcom Floyd - YouTube
Shareece Wright on the practice injury to Malcom Floyd; Vincent Brown & Eddie Royal on Floyd injury & post-practice work with the WR's
Safety comes second for Chargers' Addae - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Addae changed positions a few games into his 2009 redshirt-freshman season at Central Michigan, moving from a hybrid role as running back/slot receiver over to strong safety. The transition, made under Banks' initial guidance, has brought Addae to San Diego where he is very much in contention to continue one of the personnel department's more distinguished streaks.