Chargers' Gaither prepares to face his old team - Matt Vensei
It has been a strange couple of years for Jared Gaither, who has gone from starting at left tackle in Baltimore to manning the position in San Diego -- with stops in John Harbaugh’s doghouse and Kansas City along the way.
Six the hard way: Which coaches might be next on the chopping block? - Doug Farrar
Word is that Turner is on the way out, with A.J. Smith quite possibly to follow. If Turner's on the open market, he won't be for long; most teams in need of quarterback development will certainly be interested in Turner's services.
Agent for Fisher "will listen to anyone" - Terry McCormick
There are those who believe Fisher could be looking for a high-profile spot to land, and teams like the Dolphins and San Diego Chargers (if Norv Turner is shown the door as expected) might fit the bill.
Spikes, Butler withheld from start of drills - Chris Jenkins
Both of the Chargers' inside linebackers, Takeo Spikes and Donald Butler, were missing from the start of Wednesday's practice session in preparation for Sunday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens. Spikes has been dealing with a back problem, Butler with a foot issue.
Scouting the Baltimore Ravens - Jay Paris
Stopping Suggs is no fun, and he proved why Sunday against the Colts. Suggs, who has a career-high 13 sacks which leads the AFC, went wild with three sacks and three forced fumbles. That's the third time this season he's had a three-sack game.
Successful run gives Chargers' Mathews chance to prove his durability - Dan Hayes
"It seems like the last five games he has really grown up, the way he runs," fullback Jacob Hester said. "He's knowing when to take hits, how to take hits and when to give hits. When you're a young player, you go in there and you're trying to kill everybody and trying to hit your head on the wall every time you can. I think he's learned how to play, and it's definitely showing improvements in everything he has done."
Ravens-Chargers Preview - CBSSports.com
"Championship teams, they don't settle for what's happening right now. Every week, they try to get better," Suggs said. "We're doing a lot of things good, but we have to correct things and get better at the things we're not doing so well. We're still not satisfied. This team is hungry."