Philip Rivers reflects on 2018: ‘Could’ve gone undefeated or 6-10’ - Gavino Borquez
“We could have won them all. Like, we could have gone undefeated. We could have. And we also could have gone 6-10,” Rivers told XTRA 1360’s Jon Schaeffer.
Chargers Primed to Finish Offseason on High Note - Ricky Henne
“I’m pleased with how the offseason has gone so far,” said Casey Hayward. “It’s early, and we haven’t even put any pads on. We won’t (until) the real camp in July. But everyone is passing the eye test. Everybody looks the part, and they’re coming in ready to go. It’s been good.”
Sean Culkin an unlikely hero for Chargers - Janet Ibarra
Last season he played a big role in the running game for the Chargers. Just like last season, Gates is a free agent at this time and only time will tell if he will be back but it would be exciting to see him retire as a member of the team.
Mandatory NFL minicamps preview: 23 more things to watch this week - NFL Nation
The Wisconsin product finished last season hobbled due to two balky knees and did not participate in voluntary offseason work for a second straight year. Gordon, 26, is in the final year of his rookie contract and set to make $5.6 million in 2019. He wants a new deal. Coach Anthony Lynn expects Gordon to report to mandatory minicamp this week, so the Chargers should get an up-close look at the bell cow running back they would like to keep around long-term.
Los Angeles Chargers undrafted rookie spotlight: Chris Peace - Travis Wakeman
Peace was a three-year starter at Virginia where he racked up 16 sacks and 28 tackles for loss. He brings the experience of playing in several games at a top ACC school to the next level, and his pass-rushing prowess could lead to a spot on the team.
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