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ClutchPoints 5 mins ago
Chargers planning to start contract talks with Philip Rivers

Chargers planning to start contract talks with Philip Rivers

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers may be in the twilight of his career, however, there does not seem to be a question about his status as the team’s franchise player. There was plenty of speculation regarding Rivers’ future with the team beyond this season. According to Eric Williams of ESPN, general manager Tom Telesco […] The post Chargers planning to start contract talks with Philip Rivers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolts From The Blue 15 mins ago
Daily Links: Are Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney the answer at guard?

Daily Links: Are Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney the answer at guard?

Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web. Chargers ready to discuss new contract with Philip Rivers - Eric Williams"Philip played really good football this year," Lynn said. "He was very consistent. He was playing at an MVP level, and that's a credit to him, being 37 years old and coming back in the best shape of his life. Chargers, Cowboys coaching staffs to lead Pro Bowl teams - Associated PressEach team also will have two "Legends Captains" -- one offensive and one defensive. Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and linebacker DeMarcus Ware will lead the...
Bolts From The Blue 9 hours ago
Chargers expected to begin contract talks with Philip Rivers

Chargers expected to begin contract talks with Philip Rivers

Prior to the 2015 season, the Los Angeles Chargers and future Hall of Fame quarterback Philip Rivers agreed to a four-year, $83.5 million contract extension that will expire after next season. Rivers, who is 37 years of age, has stated that he intends to play through at least the 2020 season as he has expressed a desire to still be quarterbacking the team when they move into the Los Angeles Rams’ new stadium. And Tom Telesco recently told ESPN’s Eric Williams that “I can tell you he’s not going anywhere, so he’s going to be here.” So, that means an extension is in the cards...
FOX Sports 10 hours ago
Chargers GM Tom Telesco: No timetable on Philip Rivers deal

Chargers GM Tom Telesco: No timetable on Philip Rivers deal

Philip Rivers just concluded his 15th season with the Los Angeles Chargers but the quarterback's future beyond 2019 is a question mark.
FOX Sports 12 hours ago
Chargers GM Telesco has no timetable on Rivers deal

Chargers GM Telesco has no timetable on Rivers deal

Philip Rivers' future with the Los Angeles Chargers beyond 2019 is one of many areas general manager Tom Telesco will have to address during the offseason
Bolts From The Blue Jan 17, 2019
Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: How much time does Philip Rivers have left?

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: How much time does Philip Rivers have left?

Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web. Our picks for rookies of the year and the league's all-rookie team - Jeff LegwoldJames showed remarkable versatility as a run-stopper -- see the playoff win over the Ravens -- and a pass-rusher and in coverage. He is athletic and smart, and he did some of his best work in the biggest moments. James had 105 tackles, knocked down 13 passes and tallied six quarterback hits and 3.5 sacks. With Philip Rivers' Super Bowl window closing, Chargers must improve - Eric Williams"You can count on the Patriots executing...

Rivers: "I kept my composure" against Patriots

When he is rolling or leads his team to victory, Philip Rivers is lauded for his “fiery” demeanor. When he struggles or his team loses, Rivers is viewed as lacking poise. I’m oversimplifying, but that is how many reviews have tracked Rivers for most of the San Diegan’s 13 years as an NFL starter,...
ClutchPoints Jan 15, 2019
Colts’ Andrew Luck will replace Chargers’ Philip Rivers in NFL Pro Bowl

Colts’ Andrew Luck will replace Chargers’ Philip Rivers in NFL Pro Bowl

The postseason took quite a toll on Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. As a result, it appears Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will be making a trip to the Pro Bowl this year. Rivers officially announced that he will not participate in the Pro Bowl due to injury. According to Grant Gordon of NFL.com, […] The post Colts’ Andrew Luck will replace Chargers’ Philip Rivers in NFL Pro Bowl appeared first on ClutchPoints.
rssfeeds.indystar.com Jan 15, 2019
Andrew Luck named to Pro Bowl in place of Philip Rivers

Andrew Luck named to Pro Bowl in place of Philip Rivers

Luck is a favorite for the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year award after turning in arguably the best season of his career.         
Bolt Beat Jan 14, 2019

Los Angeles Chargers in defeat: Back to the future

Education is expensive. Three in the back, two in the head. There will be many autopsy articles written about the New England Patriots’ professional hit on the Los Angeles Chargers on January 13. The deer-in-headlights zone defense will be dissected;  the offensive line that was (like Rivers’ body) brutally exposed will be exhumed, and the […] Los Angeles Chargers in defeat: Back to the future - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Chargers fell short of expectations, but the bar has been set for next season

On the morning after, the team that built its reputation on winning away from home was left to lament having to play so many games on the road. The Chargers went 9-0 outside of Southern California before Sunday, when they traveled to New England and went splat. They trailed the Patriots 35-7 at...
FOX Sports Jan 14, 2019
Chargers are 'more talented' than what they showed in collapse vs Patriots

Chargers are 'more talented' than what they showed in collapse vs Patriots

The Chargers were dominated 41-28 in the Divisional Round Sunday

Rivers, Chargers face familiar obstacles to future Super Bowls

Will Philip Rivers ever reach a Super Bowl? Count him out, if it takes the San Diegan another five years to get back to the Super Bowl tournament as happened before his return this month. Rivers turned 37 in December. While he said recently he expected to continue playing “a handful of years” and...
The Denver Post Jan 14, 2019
Sarah Thomas makes more NFL history as first female on-field official in playoff game

Sarah Thomas makes more NFL history as first female on-field official in playoff game

Sunday's Patriots-Chargers playoff contest made history, and not just because New England advanced to an unprecedented eighth straight conference title game. The victory over Los Angeles by Tom Brady and Co. also saw Sarah Thomas become the first female on-field official in the league's postseason history.
ClutchPoints Jan 14, 2019
Chargers news: Antonio Gates is interested in returning for another season

Chargers news: Antonio Gates is interested in returning for another season

In spite of speculation that Los Angeles Chargers tight end Antonio Gates would retire at the end of this season, the Chargers legend says that he is interested in returning for another season, according to Chargers beat writer Gilbert Manzano: “You really don’t want to end it in this fashion,” said Gates following Los Angeles’ […] The post Chargers news: Antonio Gates is interested in returning for another season appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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