Week 17 NFL Winners and Losers - Robert Mays
The only positive for the Chargers is that unlike Atlanta’s, their season-terminating loss won’t end in a coach losing his job. Considering the injury issues, both along the offensive line and in the secondary, San Diego was lucky to even be playing for a trip to the playoffs yesterday. Still, the Chargers went to Kansas City as one of three teams that just had to win to qualify, and they did very little to take advantage of that opportunity.
Mike McCoy: Playmakers and pass-rushers needed - Eric Williams
"We've got a lot of work ahead of us to do whatever we can to be in better position in the future," McCoy said. "And I know Tom and myself will do everything with one thing in mind, and that is what helps us win here, and how do we become a better team moving forward."
Antonio Gates says he'll be back in 2015 - Eric Williams
"It’s hard to finish your career that way – in Arrowhead not playing your best football," Gates said. "I’m definitely trying to win a championship. I think more important than that, this coaching staff and the organization has built the foundation where we have an opportunity to win a championship."
Full List of Chargers 2014 Transactions - Ricky Henne
With the 2014 campaign officially over, the Bolts signed a number of players from their practice squad to reserve/futures contracts heading into 2015. They include DT Chas Alecxih, WR Torrence Allen, CB Richard Crawford, WR Javontee Herndon, TE David Paulson, S Adrian Phillips, T Bryce Quigley and LB Colton Underwood. Crawford and Phillips both spent time on the team's active roster this season with Phillips appearing in three games.