L.T. wasn't best Chargers RB, says pundit - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"L.T. was the kind of back who sticks his foot in the ground and makes one move," said Magee, an honoree of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who covered pro football across five decades. "He was not a very elusive runner in the open field. He weighed 220 and could get in there really good. He was a fine back."
Which Chargers Position Group Calls Themselves "The Aliens"? - Ricky Henne
When you make your way toward the wide receivers’ meeting room, a different type of sign catches your eye. On the door is a bright green image of an extra-terrestrial with bold letters reading "PARKING FOR ALIENS ONLY."
Chargers' Oliver to address AFC rookies - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Oliver came to San Diego as a 5-foot-6, small-conference prospect. After going undrafted, he saw the initial wave of signings after the draft pass without a contract offer. He tried out at the Colts' rookie minicamp but again wasn't signed. Days later, the Chargers made the move.
Dean Spanos says he won’t sell Chargers - Annie Heilbrunn (video)
In an interview with Mighty1090’s own Annie Heilbrunn for a story on Dean Spanos and his sons, John and A.G., Dean touched on what the team means to his family and how there are no plans to sell it: