Can Sorensen land roster spot in San Diego? - Tom Zulewski
As the No. 3 quarterback behind Phillip Rivers and Charlie Whitehurst, Sorensen has seen late-game duty for the Chargers in its two preseason losses and made strong impressions both times.
Bolts offense not turning over new leaf - Kevin Acee (paywall)
A week after the preseason opener provided evidence change was at hand and hopes could be raised, the Chargers’ first-team offense was at times scary bad in the first half of Thursday’s 33-28 loss.
Chargers rookie Williams out for the year - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
Starting nickel back Johnny Patrick isn't practicing on Saturday. Patrick left Thursday's game, but it's expected that he will return to practice within days.
Roundup: Rehashing the Bears Game - Ricky Henne
One major factor leading to the loss had to deal with a variety of mistakes and turnovers the team committed. According to head coach Mike McCoy, the Chargers need to clean up those areas over the next two games heading into the season opener September 9th against the Houston Texans. Then, watch below to hear McCoy's postgame thoughts.
Chargers tinkering at left tackle - Bill Williamson
King Dunlap, who had been the starter this summer, was working as a backup right tackle and his competition, Max Starks, was working behind Harris. Harris was the starter at left tackle as an undrafted rookie last season.