Which Chargers are Free Agents in 2018? - Ricky Henne
Boston inked a one-year deal with the team in May, and won the starting free safety gig in the preseason. He was a ballhawk in the secondary, totaling a team-high five interceptions. Boston started 15 of the 16 games he appeared in, also recording 79 tackles and eight passes defensed.
How the AFC West stacks up now with Case Keenum in Denver - ESPN
Williams: I would rank him third, behind Rivers and Carr and ahead of Mahomes. Keenum had one good season last year with the Minnesota Vikings, but still has a career 86.0 passer rating and has to prove that 2017 was not the exception, but the norm for how he will play in the NFL.
Chargers must fix red zone woes to light up scoreboard in 2018 - Eric Williams
“A lot of it [our struggles on offense] was red zone offense,” Telesco told reporters at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. “It’s a passing league, No. 1. It’s a situational football league, too.
NFL on Notice: It’s time to take Chargers seriously - Gavino Borquez
This Chargers team isn’t unique in not being taken seriously. After all, the franchise’s postseason history speaks for itself, and quarterback Philip Rivers having brain cramps in important movements is something all fans have witnessed over the years. However, those same cynics would be wise to rewind their DVRs to see what just happened one month ago with the Eagles.
Look: Chargers host top Nike football camp - Gavino Borquez
The Chargers hosted Nike Football’s “The Opening” football camp Regionals Sunday, which is an all-day camp designed to help elite high school players with college potential advance their football and training skills at the Hoag Performance Center in Costa Mesa, CA.
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