Tyrell Williams Holding his First-Ever Skills Camp - Hayley Elwood
“We’re just having the skills camp in Monmouth, Oregon trying to get kids to come out,” Williams said. “There are really no athletes that get out to the area. That’s my main thing; to be there for the kids so they can see someone who made it to the professional level. I’m from Salem which is only 20 minutes from there, so there will be a lot of kids from my high school. It’s cool to be back and see them.”
Matt "Money" Smith Talks Bolts - Chargers.com (video)
Chargers radio play-by-play man Matt "Money" Smith talks about the Bolts offensive line and which group intrigues him heading into camp.
Move to L.A. has 57-year-old Chargers franchise feeling like 'startup' - Eric Williams
“Most of the staff is moving during this period that is traditionally more a down time,” Spanos said. “This offseason has been anything but a traditional offseason. Obviously there’s been a tremendous more amount of work that’s needed to be done.
Chargers president “not afraid to think different” - Katia Dragotis
One thing Spanos’ decision delivers to fans, is a chance to bring them much closer to the action than any traditional football stadium ever has in modern history.
Philip Rivers heads players who could make great head coaches - Gil Brandt
I know Rivers well. Some guys only care about their positions, but Rivers knows what's expected at every position: receiver, offensive tackle and so on. He's immersed in the whole football scene and knows everything from A to Z on offense. Plus, he's always coaching on the Chargers' sideline and between plays and series. It can only help that his father, Steve, was a high school coach in Decatur, Alabama.
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