Ingram proving father's bold prediction - Michael Gehlken
"I couldn’t stop crying (during the draft)," Nancy said at her mother’s old home in Hamlet, her youngest grandson Zy-Quis, 2, screaming playfully nearby. "I couldn’t hold back. All I could think about is what he said. It was really happening."
Camp preview: New-look Chargers keep continuity - Michael Gehlken
The Chargers, for all the movement they've made in free agency, for every veteran and rookie added, say they've still preserved a quality they desired back in January when this offseason began. Continuity.
Runners Invade Qualcomm in Second Annual Bolt to the Q - Ricky Henne
Qualcomm Stadium roared to life Saturday morning as 3,000 runners crossed the finish line for the second annual Bolt to the Q. A joint venture of the San Diego Chargers, Ryan Mathews and Kaiser Permanente, the race benefited the Trish & Ryan Mathews’ Door of Hope Chest, which is a non-profit charity that assists homeless mothers and children to start a new life.
Training camp arrives with unusually little drama - Scott Bair
Rookies reported Sunday and will open camp with a practice session Monday. Veterans report Wednesday and practice Thursday. All players are expected to report on time. That's because, for the first time in recent memory, the Chargers' offseason has been drama free.
Top five storylines heading into camp; training camp primer - Scott Bair
Counting on rookies to make an instant impact is risky, and typically ends in disappointment. There are exceptions to that rule, and Ingram could be one of them. The Chargers are desperate for a dynamic pass rusher off the edge, and the first-round pick out of South Carolina needs a productive camp to instill the confidence necessary for the coaching staff to turn him loose.
Football is back; Select-A-Seat Saturday and more - Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers are just days away from the hitting the field for the start of Training Camp and the 2012 National Football League season.