Korean American Younghoe Koo Wins Los Angeles Chargers Kicking Job - Donnie Kwak
Beyond the viral trickery, Koo’s path to the NFL has the makings of a great Korean American folktale. He immigrated with his parents from Korea to Ridgewood, New Jersey, when he was 12, and he played both kicker and defensive back at Ridgewood High. He accepted a scholarship to kick for Georgia Southern, where he missed only one field goal (a 54-yarder) his entire senior year, earning him a spot as a finalist for the Lou Groza Award as the top college placekicker.
Chargers food, supply drive is Wednesday for Hurricane Harvey relief - Will Reeve Jr
In addition to their $500,000 donation, The Los Angeles Chargers are offering fans a fun way to help assist the thousands of families who are suffering between Texas and Louisiana due to Hurricane Harvey.
Anthony Lynn says Chargers healthy heading into matchup vs. Broncos - Eric Williams
"You're going to have some injuries, but I think we did," Lynn said, when asked if he team came through training camp for the most part healthy. "I think we had less injuries coming out of camp than the year before, so that's some improvement."
Uni Watch -- What's new in the AFC West for 2017 - Paul Lukas
Although the Chargers have moved from San Diego to Los Angeles, they're sticking with their uniform set, at least for now. They have, however, deployed the Flyswatter, and it's a big plus.
Chargers CB whisperer: Secondary coach Ron Milus preaches consistency - Eric Williams
“We have some gifted players,” Milus said. “They may not be the biggest. They may not be the fastest, but there’s something about them that has got them to the point where they’re at.
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