Rams, Chargers are talking about sharing Inglewood stadium - Mike Florio
In the immediate aftermath of the failed election, concerns at the league level emerged regarding the ability of the Chargers and Rams to reach a deal and thereafter coexist in the market. The fact that they’re negotiating doesn’t change that.
Q&A with former UB running back and current NFL player Branden Oliver - Daniel Petrucceli
Actually they called me first. The coach called me and I thought that would be a better fit for me because Donald Brown had just came to the Chargers so the chargers had Donald Brown and Ryan Matthews and the coaching we had. Indy had Trent Richardson and Ahmad Bradshaw, so I just thought it would be a better fit for me. At the three day rookie minicamp, I did great. Came straight to San Diego a couple days after that and from there on just hit the ground running.
Damion Square Eager to Fill Brandon Mebane's Shoes - Ricky Henne
"In my career, it’s the first time I’ve been around someone with the type of experience he has in this game," Square said. "Just the way he plays and the confidence he has; it rubs off on me. He was the person I really needed to come through at this moment in time. To see something happen to him like that, it’s tough. You don’t want to see that happen to a guy you go to war with every day. I’m going to miss my guy out there."
Top Photos at the Bye: Chargers Defense - Chargers.com (gallery)
Take a look at the top defensive photos from the 2016 season thus far.
Rams' COO: "No Hurdles Between Chargers, L.A." - Sam Robinson
"There are no hurdles to any deal," Demoff said, via Rapoport. "The relationship between the two owners is in a good place, and I believe the Chargers feel welcomed. Nothing stands in their way of moving if that is what they want to do. I would also say we have no insight on what their decision will be. It’s only that we have worked hard to make sure their L.A. option is a good one."