Doug Pederson was introduced as the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday, and so too was a new plan for the structure of the front office in Duval. Jaguars owner Shad Khan said Saturday during Pederson's introductory news conference that the team has notified the NFL it plans to hire an executive vice president of football operations and will also add someone to the staff to work under general manager Trent Baalke. Khan's front-office construction plans come following reports earlier in the week via NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport that former Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman had been in discussions with the club for a high-level position in the front office.
If you’ve somehow missed it so far, please watch the schedule release video from the Los Angeles Chargers. NFL schedule-release day has turned into a bit of a competition between teams to see who can pull off the most creative release. They don’t all pull it off, but this year the Chargers managed to justify the entire thing not just being done in one emailed press release thanks to this anime-inspired run through their upcoming seventeen regular season games. Find out how to watch NFL live or later on demand with Kayo Sports. Watch up to five NFL games per week with the Kayo free trial offer.
Following the 2022 NFL Draft, NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks made a list of his favorite selections in draft order. Brooks took 10 players and explained why they are 'perfect fits' for their respective teams. One of Brooks' picks was new Chargers running back Isaiah Spiller out of Texas A&M.
The L.A. Chargers made a lot of big changes in free agency, but how good was their draft class? Let’s look at the Chiefs’ rival in the AFC West. The Los Angeles Chargers have been the strongest opponent for the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West for the last few seasons. They have their franchise quarterback in Justin Herbert, a very solid running back in Austin Ekeler, two very good wide receivers in Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.
The Chargers signed former Broncos CB Bryce Callahan on Tuesday. Here are four things to know about the newest member of the Bolt’s secondary. College teammate of DT Christian Covington When Covington joined the Broncos ahead of the 2020 season, it was Callahan who welcomed him to the city after six years apart from one another during their time at Rice. Now, it’s Covington’s turn to show his college teammate the ins and outs of LA.
Ever since the move, the jokes, pokes, and zingers coming in from all directions have been non-stop. Even those who wouldn’t think twice about the Chargers on a regular basis love to take shots at a team that happens to be in an unorthodox situation compared to whichever team they call their own.
The 2022 NFL Draft starts on Thursday, April 28. As a lead-up to the draft, we’ll be giving a team-by-team breakdown for positional needs. For each team, we’ll give an overview of the current depth chart and how big of a need each position is in the upcoming draft. You can find the rest of the team needs (as they’re updated) and the rest of our draft content in the 2022 NFL Draft hub.
Outside of a major trade that netted them Khalil Mack, the Chargers have been fairly quiet this offseason. They're mostly returning starters from last year's disappointing third-place finish in the AFC West, but another year for Justin Herbert will do them good heading into next year. Playing in the hyper-competitive AFC West, the Chargers have to compete with the perennially contending Chiefs and the upgrading Raiders. Los Angeles clearly feels good about where it's at, but the draft will put the Chargers in a position to be even more competitive.
Coach Brandon Staley, quarterback Justin Herbert, receiver Keenan Allen, safety Derwin James Jr. and two newcomers -- cornerback J.C. Jackson and tight end Gerald Everett -- will be in attendance. But the identity of the main attraction at the Los Angeles Chargers' NFL draft party at SoFi Stadium on Thursday has yet to be determined, as general manager Tom Telesco and the Bolts are scheduled to make the 17th overall pick when the first round of the draft (8 p.m. ET; ABC, ESPN, ESPN app) gets underway.
CFL Grey Cup is back in Hamilton! The Hamilton Tiger-Cats host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Tim Hortons Field on Sunday, December 12, 2021. 108th Grey Cup will feature a rematch of the 2019 event between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, which was won 33-23 by the Blue Bombers.