Chargers' new LA-based mark already mocked on social media - ESPN.com
Among the many aspects of the San Diego Chargers' move to Los Angeles that brought about much reaction on social media was the unveiling of a new advertising mark that combines the team's well-known lightning bolt with an LA brand to mark the new home.
Chargers RB Branden Oliver still believes better days ahead - Eric Williams
"I don’t take anything for granted. Nothing is promised. We all have gifts and everything like that, but at the same time at this level it’s easy to get sidetracked with everything else going on, instead of always considering the small things. I’ve got more than enough I’ve been blessed with, so I definitely keep it in perspective."
In NFL, change isn’t for the better - Ann Killion
But here’s the reality: In its singular pursuit of greed, its encouragement for owners to think only about the bottom line, the NFL is flipping off its paying customers. Combined with the scourge of CTE, the lack of accountability on issues like domestic violence, the unwatchability of much of its product, and declining television ratings, the NFL may finally be at a tipping point.
Five Things to Know About Anthony Lynn - Ricky Henne
Lynn learned from some of the game’s top head coaches on his way to landing the Bolts’ top gig. Mike Shanahan gave him his first chance as he transitioned from player to coach for the Broncos from 2000-02. After serving as an offensive and special teams assistant in Denver, Jack Del Rio gave Lynn his first crack as running backs coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He then served in that same role under Bill Parcells (Dallas Cowboys), Romeo Crennel (Cleveland Browns) and Rex Ryan (New York Jets, Buffalo Bills).
Exclusive First Interview with Head Coach Anthony Lynn - Chargers.com (video)
Ricky Henne sits down with new head coach Anthony Lynn for an exclusive interview.