Hey, would you look at that, the Chargers finally are in the news again! Wait, what's that? It's someone on the team doing something unsavory? UNPOSSIBLE, I SAY!
Oh well. With little progress being made on a new CBA right now, and no player moves being made until a new CBA is in place, everyone is turning their attention to the upcoming NFL Draft.
Adam Schefter said it best this morning:
With no free agency till there's a CBA, this will be the most debated and scrutinized NFL Draft in modern history. #onlytopicoutthere
Anyway, there is a decent amount of out there today for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!
Chargers' Naanee arrested in Indy - SignOnSanDiego.com
Chargers wide receiver Legedu Naanee was arrested in Indianapolis early Saturday and charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest.
2011 NFL Mock Draft: A Pre-Combine Projection Of First Two Rounds - SBNation.com
In our latest 2011 NFL Mock Draft, we project the first two rounds ahead of next week's NFL combine, which will surely shake up teams' big boards headed into April.
Breaking down the first round | National Football Post
Lets take a look back at how the first round has played out over the last ten years and examine which players could be set to join this exclusive fraternity.
NFL, NFLPA Negotiations 'Feels Kind Of Like Whack-A-Mole' - SBNation.com
Here's a description of the Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations between the NFL owners and NFL Player's Association that you don't hear very often -- whack-a-mole.
NFL.com news: Prospect boycott of NFL Scouting Combine remains unlikely
NFL Players Association officials will speak with agents on a Monday conference call that, according to sources, will continue the internal dialogue on a possible boycott of the NFL Scouting Combine later this month.
Peter King: Pro Football Hall of Fame committee under attack, per usual
The supposed power some have in Hall of Fame voting room is way overstated. Stories of fans having terrible experiences at Super Bowl continue to pour in. Quotes of the Week, Stat of the Week, plus 10 Things I Think I Think
NFL will miss leverage open L.A. market provides when stadium is built, franchise moves - ESPN
Call it the end of the sun-drenched threat.
More Chargers news, and news from around the AFC West, after the break.
Fleet-footed Lowe got the Chargers up and running - SignOnSanDiego.com
Long story short: While the police department loved the athleticism that Lowe would bring to the job as a three-sport star at Oregon State and the last cut of the San Francisco 49ers, their screening process revealed an outstanding warrant for his arrest for an outstanding traffic ticket.
AFC West mailbag - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Eli Goldsmith from Pasadena, Calif., wants to know if I think the Chargers could sign receiver Vincent Jackson to a long-term deal this offseason.
- This Day in Chargers History: Feb. 14 | Chargers Blog
Rod Woodson Joins Hue Jackson's Oakland Raiders Coaching Staff - SBNation.com
The Raiders new coaching staff, led by former offensive coordinator Hue Jackson, has added Hall of Famer Rod Woodson as defensive backs coach.
Chiefs Expected To Bring Back 'Meat And Potatoes' Offense - Arrowhead Pride
Well, more research showed that Haley was just working with what he had in Arizona. His real background is a more conservative offense. That's why this tidbit from Dan Pompei of National Football Post isn't a major surprise.
Demaryius Thomas Undergoes Surgery For Achilles Injury - Mile High Report
Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas tweets that he is set to undergo surgery for his Achilles tendon injury today