San Diego Chargers cut-down analysis - Eric Williams
Cornerback Brandon Ghee was signed in free agency as a player looking to revive his career after four injury-plagued seasons in Cincinnati. The Chargers signed the Wake Forest product to a two-year, $1.65 million deal, including a $230,000 signing bonus. At 6-foot and 200 pounds, Ghee was supposed to add size to San Diego’s secondary, but he never cracked the second unit on the depth chart, passed over by second-year pro Steve Williams and undrafted rookie free agent Chris Davis.
San Diego Convention Center Expansion Plan In Limbo - Maureen Cavanaugh
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said his office has met with various parties, including the San Diego Chargers and members of the hotel industry, to discuss other plans but he emphasized the importance of public input.
Ranking NFL head coaches by tier - Mike Sando (Insider)
McCoy inherited a veteran quarterback and quickly determined the team could win with Philip Rivers, putting the Chargers in a different category from the typical team with a first-year coach. "The QB had a career year and that reflects on the head coach, who has a QB background," one evaluator said. "I just do not know. He was on our list for coordinator interviews at one time. I do not know if he has the charisma, but you have to like what you saw in his first year."
The Best Quarterback of the 2004 Draft Class … - Robert Mays
At 228 pounds, he’s sturdy enough to withstand a beating. And he has. In eight seasons as San Diego’s starting quarterback, Rivers has never missed a start, including the 2007 AFC Championship Game, which he played on a torn ACL. He’s 32 now and says he still feels great. "And those two years at the beginning gave me an extra two on the back end," he says.