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Bolts From The Blue 43 mins ago
Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Chargers Win the AFC West?

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Chargers Win the AFC West?

Your daily dose of Chargers news & notes from around the web. Trade Travis Benjamin? Chargers need his playmaking ability - Eric Williams“A lot of things about them flashed today for me,” Slauson said. “The way they use their hands and the way they attacked the practice, it was exciting to see. And didn’t get to watch Forrest as much as I watched Dan, but Dan impressed me a lot with his hands, his punch and his feet.” 1-on-1 with Rayshawn Jenkins - Chargers.com (video)Chargers new safety talks about his relationship with former Hurricanes and how he fits into Gus Bradley's...
Bolts From The Blue 17 hours ago

Los Angeles Chargers Given B+ for Undrafted Free Agent Class

Following the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft, every team in the league signed a haul of undrafted free agents. While the undrafted free agent class is rarely as important as the draft class, there are almost always a few gems. Chargers fans, in particular, know just how big of an impact an undrafted...

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San Diego Union-Tribune 3 hours ago

Time for SDSU, SoccerCity folks to swap roles

SoccerCity issues the same siren call as the Chargers initiative. Come get your free lunch, San Diego. San Diegans said no to the Chargers initiative of Dean Spanos. If San Diegans once again put on their thinking caps, I don’t like SoccerCity’s chances of winning a public vote, either. Extra large...

Sorry, but AFC West is winnable for the Los Angeles Chargers

I have reached the stage of my life where I can feel my teeth grow, so rather than just think something, I might as well write it. Regardless of repercussions. It seems treasonous. Sacrilegious. Just thinking about this makes me believe I’m patient zero for a gastro plague, as though I’ve been...
LA Times 16 hours ago

Chargers special teams guru George Stewart made Anthony Lynn better as a player, so Lynn hired him as a coach

George Stewart walked through the terminal at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and saw a stranger with a familiar frame. The broad shoulders, the defined arms, the powerful legs, the tree-trunk neck. Stewart knew this man wasn’t an accountant, wasn’t a chef, wasn’t a salesman. This stranger,...
LA Times 16 hours ago

Wade Phillips continues to forge bond with Sean McVay and Chargers defense

Wade Phillips’ reputation for delivering funny one-liners might rival his renown for deploying a Super Bowl-winning 3-4 defensive scheme. In February, while attending Super Bowl activities in Houston with 31-year-old coach Sean McVay, the Rams’ 69-year-old defensive coordinator produced real and...
LA Times May 20, 2017

Chargers wide receiver Dontrelle Inman to miss offseason program after having surgery

Chargers wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, who started every game for the team last season, will miss the remainder of the team’s offseason program after undergoing sports hernia surgery. He’s expected to miss six to eight weeks but be ready for the start of training camp in late July. Inman caught...

One more year in Carson? Pros and cons for Team Spanos

So, because of what were biblical rains for California, the Los Angeles Chargers* will play an extra year in a small soccer stadium in Carson before the move to the Inglewood Kroenke Dome, where construction was delayed by the monsoons. Who’s the winner here? Chargers* players, by and large. Staying...

Chiding a Chargers grunt, Faulconer aide came off small

Now that we sports writers know who Stephen Puetz is — the chief of staff to San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer — what seemed like a random, if childish, Tweet a few months ago bends a few light rays now. I will try to unpack the Tweet. Puetz is jabbing the journalistic chops of Chargers.com, which...
LA Times May 18, 2017

Inglewood football stadium's opening will be delayed a year because of record rainfall

The $2.6-billion stadium for the Rams and Chargers in Inglewood, originally scheduled to open in 2019, will be delayed almost a year and is now scheduled to be ready for the start of the 2020 NFL season. Developers, who broke ground on the project in November, blamed the postponement on record...

Matt Slauson on rookies Lamp and Feeney, moving to guard, Mike McCoy & more

Chargers offensive lineman Matt Slauson talks about the progression of rookies Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney, moving from center to guard and how Mike McCoy was a scapegoat for bigger problems.

Amid fallout, Bolts OL sees big challenge but also big potential

Quick hits on the overhauled offensive line of the team formerly known as the San Diego Chargers. 1) By my view, 2010 was the last time the team’s line was average-plus for most of a season. 2) Erratic line play has plagued several recent teams. Long-term answers weren’t found at left guard and...
LA Times May 16, 2017

Keenan Allen looks fit while catching passes during Chargers drills

With the Chargers veterans and rookie class taking the field for the first time together Tuesday, coach Anthony Lynn and the team would get to see their first-round pick, Mike Williams, catch passes from quarterback Philip Rivers. That, thanks to some soreness in Williams’ lower back, didn’t happen....

Williams out, but Chargers welcome back Allen

With veterans and rookies taking the field in Murphy Canyon for the first time together Tuesday, coach Anthony Lynn and the Chargers figured they’d get to see their first-round pick, Mike Williams, catch passes from quarterback Philip Rivers. That, thanks to some soreness in Williams’ lower back,...

CHARGERS CHAT: Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Tre Boston and more

Keenan Allen healthy and Mike Williams hurt? Union-Tribune reporter Annie Heilbrunn and Chargers beat writer Dan Woike discuss the first day of OTAs for the Chargers.

Keenan Allen "100 percent"; Tre Boston's sign and testimony to come to Chargers

Hear from wide receiver Keenan Allen, who was on the field for the Chargers' first OTA and feeling healthy since tearing his ACL last season; plus, new safety Tre Boston talks about the sign he received that sent him to the Chargers.

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