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Bolts From The Blue Feb 10, 2016
Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web. Bradshaw to Spanos: 'How much money do you need?' - Bryce Miller (UT$)"How much money do you need, buddy?" Bradshaw said of team Chairman Dean Spanos. "You’re the only dance in town in San Diego. You know how many people in the country want to move to San Diego? It’s friggin’ beautiful. Philip Rivers' 2016 Salary Becomes Fully Guaranteed - Luke AdamsThe 2016 base salary for Philip Rivers has become fully guaranteed, since the Chargers quarterback remains on the team’s roster beyond the second day of the NFL’s...
Chargers Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune Feb 9, 2016
Philip Rivers' $16.5 million 2016 salary is to become fully guaranteed Tuesday.
Bolts From The Blue Feb 8, 2016
Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web. John McNulty Aims to Continue Chargers' Tight End Legacy - Ricky HenneEntering his 26th season, including his 14th in the NFL, McNulty knows the Bolts are associated with high quality of play at the position thanks to two of the all-time greats – Kellen Winslow and Antonio Gates. Philip Rivers was right about Broncos - Tom Krasovic (UT$)Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers saw Denver's victory coming, giving the Broncos a slight edge over Carolina last week in comments to 1090 AM's Darren Smith. Oddsmakers made Carolina...
Chargers Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune Feb 3, 2016
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers gives the Broncos the slight edge in Super Bowl 50.
San Diego Union-Tribune Feb 2, 2016
Former NFL agent Joel Correy reported Philip Rivers as 2015's top earner among NFL players.
San Diego Union-Tribune Jan 29, 2016
The Chargers quarterback learned of the news shortly before it was announced Friday.
Bolts From The Blue Jan 26, 2016
Thank goodness this didn't happen. Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune is paid to write about the San Diego Chargers. Even during the offseason. Even when there's nothing going on. So, when there's news, even if that news is decidedly "non-news", he writes. Yesterday, this meant writing a story about how enough other QBs had passed on the Pro Bowl that the league had offered a spot on the team to Philip Rivers. Philip Rivers passed on the Pro Bowl because, well, he's busy. The Chargers quarterback, named a fourth alternate in December, was awarded the chance to participate in...
San Diego Union-Tribune Jan 25, 2016
The Chargers quarterback declined due to personal reasons.
Inside the Oakland Raiders | Oakland Tribune Jan 20, 2016
The thought of the Raiders calling San Diego home makes Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers a little nauseous. From Mighty 1090 in San Diego: “That one is going to get me a little nauseated, to be honest with you. The thought of… Continue Reading → The post Philip Rivers on San Diego Raiders: Don’t make me puke! appeared first on Inside the Oakland Raiders.