Practice is like a (barefoot) walk in the park for Chargers - Dan Woike
"Conditioning is going to be the No. 1 priority for us in the first two or three weeks. We want to build a base so when we start doing real football stuff — cuts, explosive movements — we can do those things without getting hurt," he said at the NFL owners meetings in late March. "I think a lot of guys today train position-specific too much. I want to go back to base training — 300s, 400s, working in some distance with our conditioning."
How Keenan Allen's Return Changes Tyrell Williams' Game - Ricky Henne
"He opens so much up for me," he said. "Defenses have to account for him, so that will open it for me and really the whole offense. He is such a big part (of what we do). He’ll open things up for all the receivers and the backs, too. I think it will be a big year for all of us."
Casey Hayward: "It's About Winning" - Chargers.com (video)
The Pro Bowl cornerback speaks to the media about Gus Bradley's defense, expectations for the 2017 season and offseason conditioning.
Philip Rivers sees similarities to Tony Romo, doesn't rule out move to TV - Eric Williams
"We’re not deaf or blind to those comparisons," Rivers said. "I’ve heard that many times over the years. I think from a statistical standpoint yes, and from the standpoint that neither one of us were able to -- at least so far on my end -- have gotten our teams to a championship.
2017 Los Angeles Chargers preseason schedule includes battle for L.A. vs. Rams - Eric Williams
"I’m excited about it," Chargers running back Melvin Gordon said about playing for the first time at StubHub Center. "It’s either going to be really good for us, or really bad."
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