Full List of Chargers 2015 Transactions - Ricky Henne
One of the greatest players and leaders in Chargers history called it a career as longtime center Nick Hardwick hung up his cleats after 11 seasons. Appearing in 146 games, Hardwick was a true Charger to the core, and penned an emotional handwritten letter to the fans that was posted shortly before his farewell press conference.
On Los Angeles, St. Louis and How It All Shakes Out - Peter King
As momentum for an NFL team in Southern California grows, a new riverfront stadium rendering shows St. Louis also has options—possibly beyond the Rams.
Free Agent Profile: Brandon Graham - Zoltán Buday
Graham is ranked fourth among the edge defenders who are set to become free agents. This is even more impressive when considering that only two players in the Top 10 played fewer snaps than him: Brian Orakpo who played only seven games due to injury and Greg Hardy who spent almost the entire season on the NFL’s exempt list with legal difficulties.
King Dunlap contract a win-win for Bolts - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
King Dunlap recently signed a four-year, $28 million contract. While earning up to $9 million his first year, including $6.5 million in signing bonus and a fully guaranteed $2 million base salary, he'll count a reasonable $4.15 million against the 2015 salary cap. The hallmarks of the deal are annual roster bonuses and an injury guarantee in 2016 that both protects Dunlap while giving the Chargers an important option.