NFL Week 3 Winners and Losers: A.J. Green Goes Supernova, Philbin’s Phins Continue to Flounder - Robert Mays
It didn’t seem like it could get any worse than San Diego having to use (approximately) 17 centers last year, but the Chargers O-line was essentially one four-quarter game of musical chairs yesterday. Exactly one lineman played every snap for the San Diego offense, which lost Orlando Franklin, King Dunlap, and Chris Watt for at least some portion of this game. The result was Philip Rivers getting so battered that we eventually needed a brief Kellen Clemens appearance with the game out of reach.
Eric Weddle says Chargers have to shake losing feeling - Eric Williams
"We don’t want this to lull (us to sleep) and get used to losing," Weddle said. "We we’ve won a lot of games around here. It’s the approach. It’s the consistency, being a professional, coming to work every day and not letting the past week affect the way you prepare."
Workout Notes: Jets, Brown, Chargers, Lions - Zach Links
Former Browns outside linebacker Mike Reilly worked out for the Chargers on Tuesday, a league source tells Wilson
San Diego Chargers Adopt Free All-Electric Shuttle Service for 2015 Season - Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers announced they have teamed with The Free Ride Inc. to operate a 100% electric courtesy cart shuttle program for all 2015 regular season and postseason home games at Qualcomm Stadium.
Chargers-Vikings Hangover: Injuries, penalties, fishes (oh my) - Annie Heilbrunn
See why Finding Nemo made an appearance in this week’s Hangover; plus, whose injury is worse this week than it was last week and more: