Could San Diego trade for Branden Albert happen? - Bill Williamson
I’m sure the Chargers would be fine with addressing their biggest need with the No. 45 overall pick in the draft (the Chiefs would likely gladly take a second-round pick for Albert). That way the Chargers could grab the best available player available with the No. 11 pick. But I doubt the Chargers would pay Albert big money with so many needs. But securing a player like Albert, to protect Philip Rivers' blind side, might be worth the investment.
Chat wrap: How Chargers get Lane Johnson - Bill Williamson
I don't think [the Chargers will trade up], because they have other needs so they want to keep their picks, but they need to get that LT for sure. I think, as of now, Lane Johnson is there at No. 11.
Chargers Sign Ohrnberger - Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers signed former Arizona Cardinals guard Rich Ohrnberger to a one-year contract, the team announced today.
Chargers add guard Rich Ohrnberger - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
A four-game starter with the Cardinals last season, he joins the mix of interior linemen who will compete for a roster spot and role in training camp.
'Crown rule' makes sense, even if its success is in doubt - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
The mucky-mucks are taking the red meat out of a football lover’s diet. That's the basic complaint of the fans. The players, meantime, wonder if commissioner Roger Goodell's rule-fiddlers ever played football. Clearly not, they concluded.