San Diego Chargers
The Chargers a little bit closer Thursday to leaving San Diego and moving north to Carson.
The San Diego Chargers on Tuesday shot down Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s trial balloon to hold a citywide election this year on financing for a new stadium, dealing a blow to the city’s efforts to stop the team from moving to Los Angeles.
Another Chargers practice, another day without Eric Weddle.
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd sees the light at the end of the tunnel in terms of his NFL career.
A spokesman for Mayor Kevin Faulconer says city and county officials will sit down with executives from the Chargers on Tuesday to begin negotiations for a new stadium.
It’s well known that the San Diego Chargers are part of a proposal along with the Oakland Raiders to build a stadium in Carson, California, returning the NFL to the Los Angeles area, where a team has not been since 1995. What Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger wants to know is, why would anyone want to leave San Diego?
When the Tennessee Titans selected Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota with the second pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, all the controversy about quarterback Philip Rivers leaving San Diego became moot.
The San Diego Chargers have not only kept quarterback Philip Rivers, but they’ve paid a heavy price to move up two spots to select Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon with the 15th pick overall.
What will you remember most about Philip Rivers’ time with the Tennessee Titans? Man those were the (completely fictional) days.
Jameis Winston is scheduled for a pre-draft visit with the Chicago Bears on Wednesday.