Route Breakdown: Corner Routes - Michael Renner
Malcom Floyd ran a corner on just 3.4% of his routes, a below-average rate among included players, but he managed to gain 128 yards on those plays (fourth-ranked).
Route Breakdown: In Routes - Kevin Connaghan
Keenan Allen, of the San Diego Chargers, was easily the most targeted receiver on in routes. His 30 targets were almost double those of Alshon Jeffery and Reggie Wayne, who tied for second. In fact, Allen had more receptions from in routes (19), than any other player had targets.
John Phillips Exemplifies Toughness - Ricky Henne
"Obviously you get your strength back with time," Phillips said. "When you come off of a major injury, you try to get back to where you were. I wouldn’t say having more time has been a huge jump, but this offseason has been better. Having a full offseason, I’ve been able to work on my legs. I’ve able to lift heavy, so it helps you improve. I couldn’t do that last year."
21 Reasons We Love LT - Chargers.com
We asked fans to share their favorite LaDainian Tomlinson moments on Twitter using #HonorLT, and the response was overwhelming. Number 21 provided countless memories, and here are 21 of our favorite reasons why we love LT.
Healthy Danny Woodhead ready to jump-start Chargers' offense - Eric Williams
The player is set to return from his serious ankle injury and says he doesn't feel like a 30-year-old running back.