The Quarterback Nonsense Index - Mike Tanier
Rivers would have been run out of New York in a garbage scowl by about 2011, but San Diego is a friendly little market where his mouthy demeanor goes mostly unnoticed and the team's troubles were tied to the outgoing coaching regime. Rivers' ranking seems a little high; like Carson Palmer, he deflects a lot of nonsense by visibly working hard for bad-to-awful teams.
The GIF Oracle: Let's help you find the sports GIF you're looking for - Jon Bois
HELLO! I am the GIF ORACLE, I love you very much, I contain over 200 animated sports GIF, and my purpose is to help you find one that suits you.
Daily Roundup: The Latest out of Chargers Park - Ricky Henne
Today’s practice was closed to everyone but the military, so check out this gallery for some of the top photos on the day. Head coach Mike McCoy allowed us to broadcast a portion of practice live, so check out what Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Spanos had to say as well as our daily highlight plays of the day below.
The link between Bill Parcells, Michael Irvin and Danario Alexander - Annie Heilbrunn
Head coach Bill Parcells entered the Hall of Fame last Saturday, and in his speech, he talked about the locker room. Since many of you will never actually enter an NFL locker room, I thought I’d use some parts of his speech to give you a peek inside, based off my experience with the Chargers.
NFL news: Danario Alexander, Arrelious Benn tear ACLs - Rodger Sherman
Let's take a look at Tuesday night's news from around the league, focusing on the two big hits that will cause shakeups for the San Diego Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles, but also featuring some less scary injuries to stars on the Vikings and Browns -- and a word from Vince Young.