Eric Weddle’s Fine Makes Positive Impact on Camp HOPE - Caroline Howe
Alliance for Hope International, the organization to which Weddle donated the money, aids those affected by domestic violence. The money will go towards a camp for children exposed to domestic violence, said Casey Gwinn, the president of Camp HOPE. The camp allows children to get away from violence and simply be kids through a summer mentoring program.
With third pick, Chargers might not find key to their resurgence - Shane Theodore
But something that one cannot wonder after this past Sunday’s Super Bowl is whether or not that old verbiage that defense wins championships is absolutely true. Denver’s vast investment in its defense was a result of its humiliation at the hands of Seattle back in 2013, a team that wasn’t an equal match to the Broncos on the offensive side of the ball but dominated so thoroughly on defense that they ran away with the championship.
Krasovic: New NFL stadiums are overrated - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
The NFL, like the car salesperson who gets you to buy all the extras, demands football palaces. Because it's the NFL, it also gets them.
Mailbag: Misconceptions of the Fullback Position Explained - Ricky Henne
"That is a hard position to find - a ‘pure fullback’. You’ve seen through the years not many teams have drafted fullbacks, and even when they do, it is in the later rounds. Some of it is a function of colleges not using that position very much anymore.
Chargers position outlook 2016: Offensive line - Eric Williams
Barksdale is the only offensive linemen to start every game for the Chargers in 2015, playing a total of 1,050 snaps on offense, second only to QB Philip Rivers (1,085). It’s the most snaps played in a single season by a San Diego offensive linemen since at least 2007, which is as far back as ESPN Stats & Information has been tracking those stats.