Chargers player improves flexibility with aerial yoga - Troy Hirsch
Wright took up aerial yoga in May as a way to stretch out after practice in hopes it improves his game by adding flexibility.
The little team that could - Mike Tanier
In San Diego, you can declare yourself the greatest cornerback on earth, and no one looks up from their beach reading. Inexplicable invisible girlfriend scandals also disappear in the San Diego sunshine. The starting quarterback can don a bolo tie and spend an up-and-down decade acting like a stone arrogant bastard with nary a controversy. The Chargers can upset the Broncos, sneak into the playoffs on a hot streak, and upend an alleged powerhouse, all while drawing minimal attention.
Jarret Johnson putting injuries behind him for San Diego Chargers - Mark Inabinett
"Based on last year, I had the most injuries that I've had that kept me out of games, so I just wanted to get healthy and get stronger," Johnson said. "And that's still my focus going into this last month being home, is working on flexibility, strength and all of that stuff because that's what keeps you healthy."
All You Need to Know About Donald Butler - Ricky Henne
Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco made it well-known that the Bolts wanted to have Donald Butler captain their defense well into the future and that goal was attained when the two sides agreed to a new multi-year contract in February.