Denzel Perryman talks defense, rookie pranks, speed of game and more - Annie Heilbrunn (video)
The second-round draft pick chats with Annie about acclimating to the defense, rookie pranks, his budget for the big veteran dinner and more.
Secret Superstars: San Diego Chargers - Kevin Connaghan
Regardless of how he made it into the league, Oliver set about sticking once he got there. His preseason was impressive enough to see off the Chargers sixth round selection, Marion Grice, and convince the team to carry four backs on the 53-man roster. Playing time proved scarce initially, but injuries to Woodhead and Ryan Mathews opened the door in Week 3, and Oliver was part of the rotation for the remainder of the season.
Charger donates game check for a cause - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The Chargers safety will devote a game check this season to the fight against human trafficking and slavery. Stuckey, voted to his first Pro Bowl last year as a special-teams gunner, is due to earn $1 million in 2014. One week's portion, before taxes, is $58,823.50.
Steve Williams Vies for Bigger Role - Ricky Henne
"I feel really good," he said. "I feel like I’ve grown, and this might be a big year for me. I know what I am doing out there all the time now. So now my confidence level is on 10 because I am confident in my game and my work ethic. But having that year under me, and going into my third year, it feels good that I’ve been around. These guys all support me and that is all I can ask."
New Chargers blocker also a rocker - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The Chargers completed minicamp last week and won't practice again until the July 30 start of training camp. When they reconvene, Barksdale will compete to start at either right guard or tackle. He has earned the opportunity.