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 reportedly close to selling out for 2017 NFL SeasonAfter 56 years in San Diego, the Chargers left for Los Angeles in January.
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.
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.
Chargers Announce They're Moving to Los AngelesThe San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles.
Chargers Take Another Step Closer To LAChargers owner Dean Spanos is expected to make a decision on the move next month.
NFL Announces Rams Are Returning to Los Angeles, Chargers Still In MixAfter 21 years, the National Football League has announced Tuesday night that the St. Louis Rams will be returning to Los Angeles.
Chargers to use running backs by committee"It's not going to be all Melvin," Rivers said.
Chargers Job Listing Requires ‘Willingness To Relocate’ To Los AngelesThe rumors about the NFL moving to Los Angeles have been swirling for years and have especially gained traction in the past year or so with multiple teams talking about building stadiums in the area.
Report: NFL will consider temporary Los Angeles stadium sitesThe path to bringing the NFL back to the Los Angeles area has been long, slow and arduous, but it may be nearing its end.
Chargers won't talk contract with Eric WeddleThe Chargers won't be discussing a new contract with wide receiver Eric Weddle, his agent said on Monday.
Chargers' Donald Butler underwent surgeries during offseason"I had a couple of surgeries," Butler said. "I got those out of the way."