9:02 PM EST, Wed December 07, 2016
San Diego Union-Tribune 2 hours ago

Wednesday report: Jatavis Brown back; Dwight Lowery discusses Panthers

The Chargers had a linebacker return to the practice field Wednesday. Hear from Jatavis Brown, and also from safety Dwight Lowery, who discusses the difficulty of the Panthers' offense and why this game will be meaningful for both teams.
Chargers Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune 2 hours ago

Ex-Bolts coach: Stadium Game wears on team

Having coached with them from 2007-10, Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera has kept track of the Chargers, who Sunday will face Carolina in Charlotte. From afar, Rivera said he senses that injuries have hit recent Bolts teams extra hard. Rivera, in comments to San Diego reporters Wednesday, also mentioned...

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San Diego Union-Tribune 6 hours ago

Chargers D gets good news on health front

When the Chargers resumed practice Wednesday, one of their impact performers rejoined them. Inside linebacker Jatavis Brown was part of the practice session open to the media for the first time since he sustained a knee injury at Denver on Oct. 30. Brown, a rookie with excellent speed, had made...
San Diego Union-Tribune 8 hours ago

Chargers learning they will be good next year

Antonio Gates doesn’t sound like he’s finished. Not now, when things are about to be good. “My thing when I decide (whether to play another season) is, ‘Do we have a legitimate chance?’ ” Gates said recently. “I feel like we have a legitimate chance. I know the cliché. But I’m saying, legitimately,...

Chargers surprise kids with new bikes

Christmas came early for more than a hundred second and third graders at Fred Baker Elementary School in San Diego on Tuesday. Chargers players surprised the students by giving them brand new bikes purchased by the team. Coordinators from the Bikes for Kids Foundation say they wanted to reward...

Mayor, Chargers meet on stadium situation

Mayor Kevin Faulconer discussed San Diego’s pursuit of a new Chargers stadium this week with the team’s point man on the issue, Fred Maas. The roughly half-hour conversation included a general discussion of the “stadium situation” and Maas reiterating that the Chargers won’t be making any decisions...

Chargers still have plenty to play for

Four games to go and the Chargers (5-7) have no shot at the AFC West title or a realistic chance at a wild-card berth. So, why should we pay attention? Start with Antonio Gates, who is three touchdown catches from becoming the NFL’s all-time leader at tight end. Philip Rivers said he desires the record...

Why are the Chargers so bad in the fourth quarter?

Annie tries to solve the Riddle of the Sphinx -- or why the Chargers are so productive in the first three quarters of the game, but seem to fall apart in the final 15 minutes -- with help from Mike McCoy.

Acee-Gehlken Report: What's left?

After the Chargers loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday, dashing any chance for a postseason appearance, sportswriters Kevin Acee and Michael Gehlken discuss what a team at 5-7 plays for now.

Chargers fans keep light on in L.A. shadow

Every time, you get me. I’m so tired of this saga, and clearly so are you. Yet your passion remains astounding, your devotion still inspiring. I worry about your sanity and applaud your loyalty. Let’s all remember, when one day actual football games are again important in this town, these times...

McCoy won't say if Bolts have talked job status

Chargers coach Mike McCoy declined to say Monday if his bosses have talked to him about his future with the organization. McCoy, who is under contract through 2017, said he wants to return but is focused on next Sunday’s game at Charlotte against the Panthers. The Chargers (5-7) are last in the...

Chargers notes: Lambo's hex, Hayward's next

Josh Lambo is unsure what it is. Fifty-four yards. His bugaboo. The Chargers have entrusted their kicker to attempt a field goal from that distance on three occasions this season. He missed the first on Sept. 11 in Kansas City. He missed the second one on Nov. 27 in Houston. And then on Sunday,...

Chargers aren't offensive, just a lemon

The Chargers are going to be left out of the playoffs not because they lost on Sunday. The Chargers are going to be left out of the playoffs because of why they lost Sunday. Their offense is heading to the finish with two flat tires, a dangling bumper, leaking fluids and running on fumes.   The...

Acee-Gehlken Analysis: Season Buc'd

Union-Tribune sportswriters Kevin Acee and Michael Gehlken discuss the Chargers loss to the Buccaneers, a game where the Bolts had the lead going into the fourth quarter. Chargers are now 5-7. 

Stadium Game & Bolts put dent in fans' mettle

From San Diego to Inglewood is 110 miles, many of them tedious. Expect traffic snarls on both sides of Camp Pendleton. Go easy. Slowdowns await near Torrance and LAX. Yet if Dean Spanos seeks volunteers to drive the moving vans, I know several Chargers fans who will sign up. They’ll pay Uber for...

Chargers just not good enough often enough

The Bucs did not stop here. The Chargers’ season did. Our little, mostly anonymous, physically and mentally challenged football team couldn’t sugarcoat a confection in a Hawaiian cane field. So there’s no earthly or unearthly reason why we should try to do the same when discussing the Bolts’ sometimes...

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