San Diego Chargers
Quarterback Philip Rivers isn’t sure if he’s going to need surgery on his ailing back now that the Chargers’ season is over.
Philip Rivers prevailed through a balky back and a sore chest to keep San Diego’s slim playoff chances alive.
With two games left in the regular season, the San Diego Chargers may be trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat.
If the NFL is going to have a team in Los Angeles next season, it won’t be because the Chargers relocated from San Diego.
Keenan Allen, the San Diego Chargers‘ leading receiver, has a broken right collarbone, the team said Tuesday.
While the 2014 version of the San Francisco 49ers is a far cry from recent versions that made the playoffs and came up just short of winning a Super Bowl a few years back, the San Diego Chargers will likely have their hands full this coming Saturday in the Bay Area.
The San Diego Chargers were battling the AFC’s top-seeded New England Patriots this past Sunday evening, leading 14-3 at one point. Before too long, however, the direction of the game and ultimately the final score would change rather dramatically.
After dropping a tough 23-14 loss this past Sunday evening to the AFC East-leading New England Patriots, the Chargers find themselves sitting at 8-4 with three games remaining in the regular season.
Tom Brady jogged off the field, pumping his right fist toward the throng of New England fans in a corner of Qualcomm Stadium.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has made news before New England’s game with the Chargers.