DEA: Chargers' MD wrote 108 prescriptions to self - SignOnSanDiego.com
Federal drug enforcement agents searched the offices of Chargers team doctor David Chao two weeks ago because they learned he apparently had written at least 108 drug prescriptions to himself since June 10, 2008, which would violate controlled-substance regulations, according to recently unsealed search warrant affidavits.
Position Preview: Tight Ends | Chargers.com
Gates is on pace to become the best pass-catching tight end ever, but he’s not alone. The Chargers’ roster boasts two other proven players at the position.
Gates Builds Statistical Legacy | Chargers Blogs
How impressive is San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates? Enough to earn six Pro Bowl and three All-Pro selections before he turned 30 in June. Enough to make the 2000s All-Decade team.
Modern version of 'Air Coryell' could bring a title to San Diego | NFL.com
Although those high-powered offenses were unable to a Super Bowl title for the Chargers, the modern version of the team's prolific attack has the look of a champion.
Breaking down AFC picture has Dolphins making big jump | NFL.com
From teams ready to contend for a Super Bowl to those with no chance of going to the playoffs this season, it's time to break down every squad in the AFC.
Video: Your first weekly holdout update | ProFootballTalk.com
We'll do a weekly (roughly) "Holdout Watch" in which we look at the status of some of the biggest names with uncertain status as to when/if they'll show up for training camp.
Ultimate NFL Rankings: 8-1 - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Matt Millen discusses teams ranked 8-1 in ESPN's Ultimate NFL Rankings
Legal battle between NFL, union gets turned up a notch | ProFootballTalk.com
[Now] the NFL has been drawn into a fight that neither the league nor the union started.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS | Oddities of 2009
What made this year different from all other years? Aaron Schatz looks at the year offenses didn't change but the accuracy of FO projections did.