An emotional Philip Rivers told the audience at the annual San Diego Hall of Champions dinner Tuesday night, "I hope that you can always see me as [a San Diego Charger]."
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Gus Bradley chose the Chargers because their personnel more closely fits his scheme, and he has a good relationship with head coach Anthony Lynn.
Defensive lineman Jared Odrick, who was released by the Jaguars on Monday, could make sense for the Chargers as depth behind Joey Bosa.
Savage: Franchise tag predictions
This afternoon on NFL Insiders, ESPN Front Office Insider Phil Savage named four players who could potentially get franchise tags before the March 1 deadline. Of the four, all but one would be getting the tag for the first time.
Anthony Lynn hired George Stewart as special-teams coordinator, the Chargers' third in three seasons, to lift the unit from the cellar.
Tony Jefferson should be just the kind of safety to excel in new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's scheme.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
Statement from the Los Angeles Chargers on the arrest of offensive lineman King Dunlap for violating a protective order in Nashville Thursday night: "We are aware of the situation involving King Dunlap. We will continue to gather information and monitor the situation as the legal process runs its course."
King Dunlap was released from jail on bond Friday after being arrested for suspicion of violating a protective order.
Safety Tony Jefferson would be a good fit, but the Chargers have a greater need for a nickel corner to replace Brandon Flowers.
Oakland needs to sign Derek Carr to an extension, while the Chiefs have a few options to retain safety Eric Berry. Here are five offseason moves that would improve every AFC West team.
Former NFL wide receiver Robert Meachem was released from jail on Thursday after spending three days behind bars for failing to make alimony and child support payments.
Anthony Lynn, himself a former NFL running back, already sees areas in which he can make Melvin Gordon more effective.
Paying now for Ingram better for Bolts
The Chargers want to keep intact their one-two pass-rush punch of Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. A long-term deal similar to what DE Olivier Vernon got last year from the Giants would be difficult (impossible?) for them to match.
If Melvin Ingram hits the free-agent market, he'd likely become too expensive to keep. But using the franchise tag would also have a big effect.
Kiper projects the Chargers to select an Ohio State defender for the second consecutive year with their top pick.
Anthony Lynn believes that real players crave discipline and accountability and says he will hold them to it.
Wednesday will be the first day that NFL teams can designate franchise-tag players. Linebacker Melvin Ingram is the Chargers' likely choice, keeping their effective pass-rushing duo intact.
Ex-NFL wideout Robert Meachem can be released once $100,000 of the nearly $400,000 he owes in alimony and child support has been paid to his ex-wife, Andrea Rhodes.
Chargers season-ticket prices will range from $70 to $375 for their first season at StubHub Center -- the NFL's smallest venue (30,000 capacity).
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers season tickets will cost between $70 and $375 per game. Last year, Rams charged between $40 and $225, and those prices are expected to remain flat in 2017. Chargers' prices not totally surprising, though. Their stadium, StubHub Center, seats only about 30,000, about a third less than the Coliseum. They need to maximize their ticket revenue and are banking on demand far exceeding supply.
Philip Rivers has been one of the few constants. Only the Browns and Bears have had fewer players log more than 2,000 snaps since 2012.
The Chargers have hired former Falcons defensive coordinator Richard Smith to be their linebackers coach.
Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer
The latest view of the future home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, which is set to open in 2019.
The Bolts are a lot closer to contending than their meddlesome 2016 record would suggest. Will Melvin Ingram be part of the equation in 2017?
The Notre Dame product has missed 26 games over four NFL seasons with the Chargers due to various injuries. An unrestricted free agent, Te'o may want to explore a fresh start with another organization.