Los Angeles Chargers Draft
If the 2023 season ended today, the Chargers would own the 12th-overall pick in this year’s draft.
The Chargers continue to tinker with an offense that can’t gain momentum on the ground
Khalil Mack is only two sacks away from his 2015 career high mark
Your source for all Chargers and NFL news from around the web. Keenan Allen has a fresh injury that kept him out of practice completely so his status is now in doubt for Week 13’s trip to Foxborough to take on the New England Patriots.
Your source for all Chargers and NFL news from around the web. The Chargers’ defensive front seven has to get lighter against the salary cap heading into 2024, so how many of this current group will be on the books next year?
Now that the Chargers are all but eliminated from playoff contention we can start to look towards the 2024 Draft starting with some big names taking center stage on NCAA conference championship weekend.
Illinois’ Jer’Zhan Newton is an impact player for any team looking to solidify their front seven.
Which player makes you laugh? Which one makes you feel motivated? Let us know below!
Will the Chargers break the bank for their quarterback or will they find a happy middle ground?
Will you be spending as much time as possible outside? What about traveling? Let us know!
Should the team bring back Bryce Calahan? What about Kyle Van Noy?
The battle at inside linebacker may go the length of the season between Kenneth Murray Jr. and Daiyan Henley.
Despite poor combine testing, Baker-Williams could provide Brandon Staley with reliable and versatile play in his defensive backfield.
Chargers sign first-round pick WR Quentin Johnston to a 4-year, $14.188 million fully guaranteed contract
Johnston becomes just the second 2023 first-rounder to sign a contract thus far.
With 18 players to choose from, there’s likely a flavor for just about everyone.
These analysts aren’t big fans of the Chargers’ quiet offseason.
Was it the first-rounder Quentin Johnston? What about about "taker of souls" sixth-rouner, Scott Matlock?
Which rookie has the smoothest path to the field in their first year?
As you would have guessed, first-rounder Quentin Johnston will continue wearing #1.
Was it first-rounder Quentin Johnston? What about one of their day-three picks?
The Chargers lost two DBs this offseason. Does Mullen have a shot at grabbing on of those vacancies?
Sanders rushed for over 1,400 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2022.
Chargers add more beef to the interior defensive line after the draft
Chargers add another deep threat WR as an UDFA
Sanders was a semifinalist for the John Mackey Award in 2022.
Getting your best best pick in the third could be seen as good and bad, depending on who you ask.
Your BFTB staff give you their takes on the Chargers 2023 draft...good and bad.
The defensive setback was characterized by an inability to contain the Lions' balanced offensive onslaught. Linebacker Eric Kendricks lamented the team's failure to secure a crucial stop, particula...CowboyChannelPlus
The Los Angeles Chargers, under the stewardship of Brandon Staley, have displayed prowess in stifling average offenses. However, when pitted against the NFL's elite, the story takes a different tur...RFD-TV Channel