Chargers may have O-line answer today - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The Chargers line was bound for another IKEA run before the veteran free agent arrived on a two-year contract this month, effectively stabilizing a position that had three centers recovering from injuries dating back to last season, including rookie third-round pick Max Tuerk (knee).
Super Bowl shouldn’t sway stadium vote - Kevin Acee (UT$)
Roger Goodell came to town for the rally that kicked off the Chargers’ signature drive last month and said a new stadium in San Diego would be a "perfect place for a Super Bowl." That sort of declaration by the NFL commissioner does not slip off the cuff. Even then, his remark was accepted with a shrug. Like, "Of course, commish."
Chargers Show Appreciation By Surprising Fans Throughout San Diego - Hayley Elwood
"I think it’s something we have to do," added Joey Bosa. "We have to give back to those who support us. Without the fans, we wouldn’t have anything. We want a good showing out this season because we’re going to win games and we definitely want that stadium to be packed. I think this is a good way to thank the fans."
Hunter Henry gets first look at Antonio Gates - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"He’s a legend," Henry said. "It's fun just to have him here and meet him. ... On the field and off it, he's a pro. He’s done it for 13 years. I'm just trying to learn how he's done it for so long."
Thank You San Diego Day Rules Social Media - Ricky Henne
The San Diego Chargers took to the streets of America’s Finest City on Wednesday, declaring it "Thank You San Diego Day". #ThankYouSD was the number one trending hashtag on Twitter for much of the afternoon, and here are some of the best tweets as the Bolts gave back to the fans.