Where in the AFC West would Peppers fit? - Bill Williamson - ESPN
San Diego: The Chargers do not have a recent history of pursuing big-ticket free agents and the team has a lot of pass rushers. Larry English was drafted last year in case Shawne Merriman leaves. Peppers would flourish if he were to end up in San Diego, but a lot would have to happen for that scenario to play out.
Porter erupts, already eyeing new teams - Tim Graham - ESPN
Porter was a guest Tuesday afternoon on Miami sports radio station WQAM here on Radio Row and went on what amounted to a 25-minute rant against the team and even listed three teams he wants to play for in 2010: the San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals.
Stat of the Day: Quarterback Hurries
No Chargers defenders in the top 20.
Adjusted Comeback Efficiency
The purpose of the Adjusted Comeback Efficiency (ACE) Rating is to provide a comprehensive figure for measuring a quarterback’s performance in potential game-winning or game-tying situations.
Critical Part Of Chargers’ Financing Deal Out of Play - San Diego Business Journal Online
"We would have gotten $100 million under the old program," Fabiani said. "It’s a critical thing, and if we don’t get it replenished, it would be tough to get anything done downtown."
Ravens plan should include deal for Floyd - baltimoresun.com
If Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is smart, he should be preparing a tender for Floyd when the free-agent period opens on March 5, or asking the Chargers about a trade.