3:17 AM EDT, Wed June 28, 2017

Get Antonio Gates a crescent wrench, please

The NFL team that called San Diego home for 56 years worked out at Chargers Park for the final time Wednesday. Not everyone said goodbye for good, though. “I’m going to get some tools and come back here in a few days,” Antonio Gates said, smiling. His mission: To unloosen and possess a fourth-row...
FOX Sports Jun 15, 2017
Los Angeles Chargers: 3 Reasons Philip Rivers can win a Super Bowl

Los Angeles Chargers: 3 Reasons Philip Rivers can win a Super Bowl

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has withstood the test of time, lets take a look at three reasons why he could also win a Super Bowl.Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers announced this week that he is ready to play football for the rest of his life, per ESPN. A...
Bolts From The Blue Jun 14, 2017
Who Are the Los Angeles Chargers’ Top 10 Players?

Who Are the Los Angeles Chargers’ Top 10 Players?

A few days ago, Sports Illustrated ranked the top 10 players on the Chargers. With a caveat of not counting the QB. 5 writers were polled. To let you know how absurd this list is, 6 people voted for Kenny Wiggins. I get that the Chargers lack talent but come on. Here is their top 10. 1. RB Melvin Gordon (40 points) 2. DE Joey Bosa (39) 3. OT Russell Okung (37) 4. WR Keenan Allen (32) 5. DE Melvin Ingram (26) 6. CB Jason Verrett (23) 7. WR Mike Williams (13) 8. CB Casey Hayward (11) 9. TE Antonio Gates (nine) 10. LB Denzel Perryman (eight) Here's how the points worked. "Those players then...
FOX Sports Jun 14, 2017
Chargers say bittersweet farewells in last week in San Diego

Chargers say bittersweet farewells in last week in San Diego

Veterans Antonio Gates and Philip Rivers have spent their entire careers in San Diego.
LA Times Jun 13, 2017

Chargers' Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates have fond memories of San Diego

The cuts and the pain caused to Philip Rivers have largely healed in the months since it was announced San Diego would no longer be his football home. Still, he knows this is his last week in San Diego with his team, one that’s bigger than just the players on the field. So those wounds might get...
Denver Post Jun 13, 2017
Chargers say bittersweet farewells in last week in San Diego

Chargers say bittersweet farewells in last week in San Diego

Antonio Gates first arrived at Chargers Park in 2003, and Philip Rivers joined him one year later on the peaceful practice fields and low-slung buildings tucked below a golden hillside on Murphy Canyon Road.
Rotoworld Jun 13, 2017

Antonio Gates ok with playing secondary role - Antonio Gates (TE) Los Angeles Chargers

Antonio Gates said he's completely fine playing a secondary role at 37 years old.

Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates say goodbye to Chargers Park

It's the final week of practice for the Chargers in San Diego, before moving the organization to Los Angeles. Quarterback Philip Rivers and tight end Antonio Gates talk about what it means to leave Chargers Park.
FOX Sports Jun 12, 2017
Los Angeles Chargers: Will Hunter Henry surpass Antonio Gates?

Los Angeles Chargers: Will Hunter Henry surpass Antonio Gates?

The Los Angeles Chargers have been graced by Antonio Gates receiving skills for the last decade, but could Hunter Henry become LAs all-time best tight end?The Los Angeles Chargers have been able to retain tight-end Antonio Gates for 14 years and he has currently holds every important r...
Bolts From The Blue May 29, 2017
What Will Antonio Gates’ Role Be in 2017?

What Will Antonio Gates’ Role Be in 2017?

It’s time for Los Angeles Charger TE Antonio Gates to pass the torch of the starting job to Hunter Henry. Antonio Gates is heading into the Pro Football Hall of Fame shortly after he decides to retire and the only thing that might keep his number from being retired with the Los Angeles Chargers is that there aren’t a ton of available numbers for Tight Ends and Wide Receivers (which is, most likely, the reason the team never retired #80 for Kellen Winslow Sr.). Growing Old That being said, Gates is no longer in his prime. As a matter of fact, he’s been a different player since missing...
CSN Washington May 29, 2017

Analysts compare Jordan Reed to Antonio Gates, say Reed has Hall of Fame potential

One analyst compares Jordan Reed to one of the NFL's top tight ends of the past decade, and says Washington's star has a very high ceiling.

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