"The Chargers are Mad as Heck…" - LobShots
That’s Peter King’s assessment of the Bolts. "Mad as heck." I have pointed out that one reason I think the Chargers have a chance at a Super Bowl run this year is because it’s the first time in a decade that not one of the top analysts has them winning it all. He mentions it too, so I must be some kind of genius.
Free Agency Roundup: Rex Hadnot - Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers were active in free agency this offseason, adding top-end talent to an already rich roster. Here’s your chance to get to know the newest Chargers as we continue our preview through training camp with center-guard Rex Hadnot.
After that offseason, what next? -- Adam Schefter
For the first time in years, expectations are low for the San Diego Chargers. They should not be. San Diego is as loaded as ever and made more under-the-radar offseason moves than any team in the league.
"At the end of the day, it felt right," said Royal, who played with Denver from 2008-11. "I knew was coming to play with a Pro Bowl quarterback. I knew it was the right thing to do."
A.J. Smith: Chargers have lost respect and credibility - Josh Alper
"We have lost our respect in the league and our credibility in the league," Smith says. "We were an elite team. You miss one year in the playoffs? OK. You miss two? You deserve everything that’s being said about you."
Panthers cut LB Tucker - Pro Football Weekly
"It was something he had to. So we'll leave it at that and go from there," head coach Ron Rivera said Monday, according to the Charlotte Observer. "It was strictly a personal instance. There's nothing bad, nothing like that."
Lack of two-a-days puts pressure on NFL rookies - Kevin Patra
I think when you look at these rookies, now with the new CBA, you don’t have as many reps, because you are only having one practice and a walk-through/jog-through," O’Hara said Tuesday on NFL Network’s "NFL Total Access." "So as a rookie, you have to get mental reps in where normally you have a two-a-day."