No drama this year, Chargers sign first-round pickLast summer, the Chargers and first-round draft pick Joey Bosa did not come to an agreement on Bosa's rookie contract until Aug. 29.
Five Years Ago Today, Junior Seau Committed SuicideOn May 2, 2012 — five years ago today — Los Angeles Chargers legend Junior Seau was felled by the sport that had once lifted him up to a near mythical stature among those that love and follow the game of football.
Chargers Choose Clemson Wide Receiver Mike Williams With First Pick In LAThe Los Angeles Chargers used their first draft choice after their move north on a playmaker who could attract plenty of attention in their new home.
Chargers Part Of 2017 NFL Thanksgiving scheduleOnce again in 2017 the NFL will feature a tripleheader on Thanksgiving Day, allowing football fans to soak up the gravy and make fun of their uncle's terrible fantasy football team while watching several hours of football.
Chargers reportedly close to selling out for 2017 NFL SeasonAfter 56 years in San Diego, the Chargers left for Los Angeles in January.
Chargers Uncommonly Experienced Coaching Staff Is A StrengthAfter the Jacksonville Jaguars fired Gus Bradley in December, he decided to focus on his family.
Chargers Raise Season Ticket Prices For First Year At StubHub CenterThe Los Angeles Chargers’ most expensive season ticket at tiny StubHub Center will cost $150 more per game than the Los Angeles Rams are charging for the best seat in their much bigger house.
Chargers Phillip Rivers, Joey Bosa Get Sworn In On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'Los Angeles Chargers Quarterback Phillip Rivers and Defensive End Joey Bosa were on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night (Jan. 17th) and received a proper welcoming to the city.
Chargers To Introduce New Head Coach Anthony LynnFour days after hiring Anthony Lynn as the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, the team is set to make it official.
Chargers Fans Scarce In Orange CountyChargers fans in San Diego may be upset over the fact that their beloved team is moving to Los Angeles after 56 years. But beyond San Diego County, the sentiment is not the same.
Chargers' given several reasonable options to stayChargers owner Dean Spanos announced Thursday he was moving the team to Los Angeles, ending 56 years of NFL football in San Diego.
Former interim Bills coach Anthony Lynn to take over Chargers in Los AngelesThe Los Angeles Chargers have a new home and are working on securing a new head coach.