Downtown or bust for a Chargers stadium | SignOnSanDiego.com
But, clearly, this is a passage nearing its conclusion, even if no destination has been clearly determined. My gut is that, if the efforts to get a downtown stadium built fail, this is it.
Position Preview: Running Backs
Ryan Mathews has cultivated expectations faster than a swab of germs in a Petri dish, but a calm demeanor, as well as the speedy Darren Sproles, could mitigate that pressure.
Rivers breaks down Banks’ chances | NFL On The Fringe
In addition to stopping by the NFL Network studios to appear on NFL Total Access and chat with fans on NFL.com, San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers took some time to talk about receiver Gary Banks and his chances of making the team’s 53-man regular-season roster. Rivers touched on Banks’ playing style, work ethic, Alabama roots and how he has taken advantage of all of his opportunities.
Michael Lombardi: In evaluating AFC, Colts have perfect blend of blue-chippers | NFL.com
Last year, Bill Simmons, The Sports Guy at ESPN.com and a good friend of mine, presented a column idea to me that was interesting. He wanted me to come up with a system to rank every NFL team by determining how many blue- and red-chip players each club had and by assigning a point value to these players, as well as factoring in the coach.
Pre-camp Power Poll: Rankings complete with potential headaches | Sporting News
Take the San Diego Chargers, ranked No. 4, who have won four consecutive AFC West titles with no Super Bowl appearances to show for it. The Chargers remain a deep and versatile team, even with wide receiver Vincent Jackson and left tackle Marcus McNeill threatening extended holdouts because of contract disputes.
10 Reasons The Chiefs Are Better Than The Raiders, Broncos and Chargers | Arrowhead Addict
9. It took 3 losing seasons for the Chiefs to start to have trouble filling their stadium. The Chargers have trouble filling their stadium after seasons in which they made the playoffs.