Everything you need to know about the Chargers and Raiders relocation saga - Adam Stites
"In terms of what comes next for the Chargers, it's just too early to give you an answer," Spanos said in a statement after the vote. "We are going to diligently explore and weigh our options, and do what is needed to maintain our options, but no decision will be announced until after the football season concludes and no decision will be made in haste."
Breaking: Jaguars reach deal to hire Doug Marrone full time - Roy Cummings
Smith could still be lost, of course. The former Falcons head coach has also interviewed with the San Diego Chargers for their head coach’s opening and is still believed to be in the running there.
Time for Chargers to draft eventual replacement for Philip Rivers - Eric Williams
Much like the Green Bay Packers achieved with Brett Favre in the twilight of his career by selecting Aaron Rodgers in the 2005 draft, I think the Chargers should use a Day 2 draft selection on a quarterback they believe could blossom into a franchise signal-caller in the future.
L.A. beckons, but Chargers may see profit in San Diego - Dan McSwain (UT$)
Such a fat discount raises the question of downsizing. When it comes to building NFL stadiums, your cheapest seats have the highest construction cost, for reasons of physics and engineering. Cantilevering the upper decks to get closer to the field can triple the per-seat cost compared to the lower deck, architects say.
Overhaul rankings: NFL teams set for a rebuild - Mike Sando (insider)
Two or three starting offensive linemen could be out as San Diego makes value judgments regarding Orlando Franklin, D.J. Fluker and King Dunlap. Receiver Stevie Johnson could also be on his way out. The Chargers are keeping GM Tom Telesco, but a new head coach will have an opportunity to influence personnel decisions in ways promoting change.