clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 21, 2012

You're welcome. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
You're welcome. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Getty Images

Fairchild returning to San Diego as Bolts assistant - Kevin Acee
The Chargers hired a former collegiate head coach and NFL offensive coordinator on Tuesday, naming Steve Fairchild to the post that will primarily consist of duties that lighten the load for Norv Turner during the week and on game days.

Chargers agree to remain with ClearChannel - Bolts Bulletin
The Chargers announced Tuesday that have agreed to a three-year deal to extend their relationship with ClearChannel to broadcast the team’s games on radio.

Chat wrap: Raiders need a big-name WR? - Bill Williamson
I think it will be a wait-and-see on all three. If had to guess they will all try to play. But I could see the Chargers trying to sign Gaither opposed to risking McNeill's health. But that is just a guess at this point.

Unfinished business - Bill Williamson
San Diego: The Chargers don’t have much to do right now. They have been interviewing candidates for a secondary coach job.

Scouting department busy as underclassmen declare - Christopher Smith
San Diego has less than four months to scout a large group of college redshirt sophomores and juniors that will enter the 2012 NFL draft.

Season in numbers - Christopher Smith
Take a look at some interesting facts and figures that represent the 2011 Chargers’ season on offense, defense and special teams.

Measuring Cuteness: The 2012 Puppy Bowl's Top Prospects - Matt Ufford
As the NFL playoffs edge closer to crowning a champion, we're now just two short weeks away from the television event of the year: the Puppy Bowl. Animal Planet, which will air Puppy Bowl VIII opposite the Super Bowl (Kitten Halftime Show > Madonna), released the starting lineups on Friday with predictably adorable results.