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Chargers 90-in-90: QB Cardale Jones

Chargers 90-in-90: QB Cardale Jones

Trading a seventh-round pick for Jones prior to the 2017 season was very intriguing at the time since the only other quarterback besides Philip Rivers that Chargers fans were used to seeing was Kellen Clemens. Once the trade was done, members of the media were interested to see if this was the beginning of a new offensive blueprint designed by newly-hired head coach Anthony Lynn. After two full seasons, Jones has unfortunately found himself cozy on the practice squad with no real chance of making a meaningful impact with this team. Will he slowly slink away into obscurity, or will Jones...
Bolts From The Blue Jun 16, 2019
Daily Links: How does Philip Rivers’ supporting cast stack up?

Daily Links: How does Philip Rivers’ supporting cast stack up?

Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web. What Father's Day Means to Chargers Dads - Hayley ElwoodFootball is family.For many players on the Chargers, this specifically rang true over the last few months, as a bevy of Bolts babies were born from the start of the 2018 season to as recently as a couple weeks ago. Some of these players became first-time dads, while others welcomed new additions to their growing families. Happy Father's Day From the Newest Baby Bolts - Chargers.com (gallery)Join us in celebrating our Bolt dads and get to know the newest Charger...
ClutchPoints Jun 13, 2019
Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers will have reps limited during the preseason

Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers will have reps limited during the preseason

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn has indicated that the starters will not see much of the field during the preseason. It appears that notion is especially true for quarterback Philip Rivers. Lynn admitted he plans to take a page out of the Los Angeles Rams’ book by limiting his starters during the preseason. […] The post Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers will have reps limited during the preseason appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Chargers' Rivers not masking his desire to win AFC West

Chargers' Rivers not masking his desire to win AFC West

Veteran quarterback also says he might not play in any of team's 2019 exhibition games
ClutchPoints Jun 11, 2019
Chargers RB Melvin Gordon wants to get new deal done soon before it becomes a distraction

Chargers RB Melvin Gordon wants to get new deal done soon before it becomes a distraction

The Los Angeles Chargers have a lot on their plate, including taking care of Melvin Gordon. The team is coming off their most successful season in many years and has several players in need of extensions. One of those players is quarterback Philip Rivers, although Rivers has said he doesn’t care if his contract is […] The post Chargers RB Melvin Gordon wants to get new deal done soon before it becomes a distraction appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolts From The Blue Jun 11, 2019
Daily Links: Can Sean Culkin make a real impact?

Daily Links: Can Sean Culkin make a real impact?

Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web. Philip Rivers reflects on 2018: ‘Could’ve gone undefeated or 6-10’ - Gavino Borquez“We could have won them all. Like, we could have gone undefeated. We could have. And we also could have gone 6-10,” Rivers told XTRA 1360’s Jon Schaeffer. Chargers Primed to Finish Offseason on High Note - Ricky Henne“I’m pleased with how the offseason has gone so far,” said Casey Hayward. “It’s early, and we haven’t even put any pads on. We won’t (until) the real camp in July. But everyone is passing the eye...
Bolts From The Blue Jun 8, 2019
Mike Williams was dominant in his sophomore season

Mike Williams was dominant in his sophomore season

When the Los Angeles Chargers spent the 7th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft on Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams, the usual suspects cried about it. And throughout his injury-plagued rookie campaign, it certainly looked like they may have had a point. However, during the 2018-19 NFL season, something happened: Williams started looking like not just the dominant collegiate player he was but a guy who may have actually been worth a top-10 pick in the NFL Draft. CLUTCH, MIKE DUB. CLUTCH! pic.twitter.com/VTK0U7OGUX— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) December 14, 2018 Aside from the...
ClutchPoints Jun 8, 2019
Chargers news: Philip Rivers says team could have gone undefeated or 6-10 in 2018

Chargers news: Philip Rivers says team could have gone undefeated or 6-10 in 2018

The Los Angeles Chargers went 12-4 this past season, finishing tied with the Kansas City Chiefs for the best record in the AFC. However, quarterback Philip Rivers says that the Chargers’ road to regular-season success in 2018 was hardly easy, noting that things easily could have gone the other way: “We could have won them […] The post Chargers news: Philip Rivers says team could have gone undefeated or 6-10 in 2018 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolt Beat Jun 7, 2019

Examining the Eli Manning-Philip Rivers trade 15 years later

The 2004 NFL draft day trade between the then San Diego Chargers and the New York Giants shaped both franchises’ recent history. The day was April 24, 2004, and the Chargers owned the first overall pick in the draft. Even though they already had a good quarterback in place in Drew Brees, who would go […] Examining the Eli Manning-Philip Rivers trade 15 years later - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Bolt Beat Jun 2, 2019

Chargers best games from 2018: Philip Rivers vs Kansas City Chiefs (Week 1)

The Chargers 2018 regular season and postseason games featured highlight performances from stars and contributors alike. Up next, Philip Rivers… The Chargers were the beneficiaries of some outstanding performances from their players on offense, defense, and even special teams. As the 2019 season approaches, let’s take a look back at some of the most dominant […] Chargers best games from 2018: Philip Rivers vs Kansas City Chiefs (Week 1) - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Bolt Beat May 31, 2019

Chargers best games from 2018: Keenan Allen vs Pittsburgh Steelers

The Chargers 2018 regular season and postseason games featured highlight performances from stars and contributors alike… The Chargers were the beneficiaries of some outstanding performances from their players on offense, defense, and even special teams. As the 2019 season approaches, let’s take a look back at some of the most dominant appearances from some of […] Chargers best games from 2018: Keenan Allen vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints May 29, 2019
Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt open to Philip Rivers, Tyrod Taylor playing at the same time

Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt open to Philip Rivers, Tyrod Taylor playing at the same time

The Los Angeles Chargers managed to shore up some depth under center this offseason behind quarterback Philip Rivers with the addition of quarterback Tyrod Taylor. This has given offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt an opportunity to potentially mix things up on offense. Taylor is slated to be Rivers’ backup going into the 2019 NFL season. According […] The post Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt open to Philip Rivers, Tyrod Taylor playing at the same time appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints May 27, 2019
Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor is learning behind Philip Rivers

Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor is learning behind Philip Rivers

The Los Angeles Chargers will begin the 2019 campaign with quite the quarterback tandem atop the depth chart. While longtime Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers will remain under center as Los Angeles’ starter, another veteran in Tyrod Taylor will notably serve as his backup, giving the AFC West franchise a formidable signal-caller off the bench. Taylor […] The post Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor is learning behind Philip Rivers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolt Beat May 22, 2019

Do the Chargers have a two-year roster plan?

The Chargers have little cap space dedicated to players in 2021. Does the organization have a two-year plan? The Chargers are committed to winning a Super Bowl this year, and have built one of the most complete and competitive rosters in the NFL. However, depending on the success of this season and the next, everything […] Do the Chargers have a two-year roster plan? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints May 22, 2019
Chargers owner says new Philip Rivers deal ‘will happen’

Chargers owner says new Philip Rivers deal ‘will happen’

It’s been open knowledge for a few weeks now that the Los Angeles Chargers would like to get an extension done for quarterback Philip Rivers. Although Chargers general manager Tom Telesco has said there’s no timetable for a deal to get done, Rivers himself is not agitating for a new deal just yet. But while […] The post Chargers owner says new Philip Rivers deal ‘will happen’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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