NFL combines business with scouting - Kevin Acee
Team personnel began arriving Tuesday in Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine. The first players who will preen and perform in hopes of improving their draft stock get to town today and will get measured, poked and prodded and interviewed for a couple days before the first day of actual running and jumping Saturday. Players will arrive by position group over the next three days and go through a four-day process culminating in their on-field workouts, which run through Tuesday.
In Rivers we trust - Christopher Smith
San Diego knows it will take more than a snap of its fingers to return to the playoffs, but thinks the foundation for a return remains as long as Philip Rivers is under center.
NFL Free Agency: Should The Arizona Cardinals Go After Jared Gaither? - Tyler Nickel
First of all, it should be noted just how gigantic of a man Gaither truly is. He is listed a 6'9" tall and weighs approximately 350 pounds. With a height and weight advantage against basically anyone he is matched up against, Gaither is definitely a force to be reckoned with.
What Should The Chargers Do With Kris Dielman If He Decides To Return? - Ernie Padaon
This is where football can be an UGLY business. Kris Dielman is mulling over retirement, but if he does decide to come back, do the San Diego Chargers want to keep him around? Would you want to keep him around?
Mailbag: Chad Henne in Kansas City? - AFC West Blog - ESPN
I’m usually not one for aging veterans (see above), but I kind of like this fit. Hines Ward, who’ll turn 36 next month, doesn’t have much time left, but he is a wily veteran and he is a winner. He’d be a perfect one-season option for a team like San Diego. I think Philip Rivers would find a way to use Ward. If he becomes available, I think the Chargers could consider signing him.