Chargers owner will do 'best I can to stay' in San Diego - Sid Saraf
"That's nothing new. I like San Diego. I never said I didn't like San Diego. It's not L.A., not New York, not Chicago, not Dallas. It is what it is. I've never complained about the market size. Plus, I've been here 30-some years now."
Mailbag: How Much Will the Combine Affect the Chargers' Draft? - Ricky Henne
General Manager Tom Telesco and President of Football Operations John Spanos have each said in the past that what a prospect did on tape outweighs what they do in gym shorts at the Combine. As a result, the draft board usually looks pretty much the same after the Combine as it did beforehand. What impacts a player’s standing most from the Combine is often the medical reports.
Spanos conveys commitment to San Diego - Kevin Acee (UT$)
He didn’t prohibit any questions, he simply refused to answer some. He said nothing has been decided in terms of a financing structure and a site for their proposed stadium, and he doesn’t want to "negotiate in the media."
Chargers face uphill battle in winning public vote for new stadium - Eric Williams
However, according to a poll conducted by Competitive Edge Research and Communication included as part of Faulconer’s $1.1 billion proposal for a new stadium sent to the NFL, a ballot measure asking for a third of the cost for a new stadium being covered by a public contribution would be approved by 51 percent of respondents -- enough for a majority vote to pass in November.
Dean Spanos Isn't Done Crapping On Chargers Fans Just Yet - Tom Ley
It’s hard to miss the inherent cruelty of this strategy. Chargers fans already lived through a nightmare season, and now Spanos’s people are going to come knocking on their doors, essentially saying, "Hey, don’t you want to help save the Chargers? All you have to do is be a good fan and help us strongarm the local government into giving us a bunch of money. Sign here!"