Chargers hope defensive celebrations at camp carry into regular season - Eric Williams
“It’s great to see the guys celebrate like that, and when they do make a play, get excited,” Pagano said. “It’s about each teammate, when they do make that play, we celebrate as one as a unit. And that’s been positive. It’s been good to see that because it’s something that we’ve emphasized during the offseason, and we’ve got to see that carry over to the regular season.
2015 Receiving Plus-Minus - Scott Kacsmar
You won't see us give much praise to Melvin Gordon's rookie year, but at least he caught nearly every pass thrown to him by Philip Rivers. They just did not lead to any touchdowns or plays that gained more than 18 yards.
Chargers receivers have some catching up to do - Kevin Acee (UT$)
“He’s going to make you better,” Johnson said. “Just know your routes, do what you’re supposed to do. It’s just continuous practice, picking up the language, knowing what he’s going to do.”
San Diego Chargers X-Factors Heading Into The 2016 Season - Zach Petersel
I give them four things that work for defensive linemen across the board when you play for anybody — focus on your eyes, your hands, your feet, and your leverage,” Mebane said. “I tell guys on the D-line to focus on those four things. And if you focus on those four things, I guarantee you’ll be successful.