Chargers Coaching Staff Fit to Form - Ricky Henne
"Since day one, this staff has been hard at work," said McCoy. "I’ve been impressed with their enthusiasm, knowledge and attention to detail. I wanted to bring in people who were not only outstanding coaches, but were outstanding human beings as well. And we did that. So I’m very pleased with the way we have been preparing these first couple weeks and the way we have all come together."
Get to Know O-Line Coach Joe D'Alessandris - Ricky Henne
Overall, D’Alessandris brings a lifetime of experience with him to the Chargers and his credentials appear to make him an ideal fit to improve San Diego’s offensive line.
Two Different Paths; Same Result - Jordan Beane
Marcus Gilchrist and Kendall Reyes took different paths to the NFL, yet ended up being drafted just one pick apart in successive years.
Sweet, sweet New Orleans. - Annie Heilbrunn
I did a bunch of interviews with athletes all week … Loved catching up with Chargers linebacker Takeo Spikes on what his future holds.
Panel clears Chargers doctor - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Three independent doctors have unanimously ruled the Chargers' doctor is "totally exonerated" from a player union protest he is unfit to serve in his current role, a club source said Saturday.
Vasquez, Cason moves to hint at direction - Kevin Acee (paywall)
The Chargers have in the past couple weeks reached out to the two unrestricted free agents, and what they ultimately do with those two starters will say much about the franchise’s immediate direction.
Mocks peg OL for Bolts top pick - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
I'm a believer in drafting the best player available. So, even though the offensive line needs a talent infusion, the Chargers need to do homework on non-blockers as well. Reaching for a first-round pick is a good way to remain out of the playoffs.