1:36 AM EDT, Wed October 18, 2017

Chargers linemen from same high school make former coach proud

Jeff Obradovich wears his favorite jersey Sundays as he goes to local bars in south suburban Chicago to watch football, the sport he loves to coach. The 47-year-old will slide up to the bar to order drinks — a craft beer for him and a white wine or sangria for his wife Joan. His South Side Chicago...

As turnaround grows, bookies warm to Chargers*

Watch out for the former San Diego Chargers, despite their 2-4 record.Not only have these Los Angeles Chargers* won consecutive road games for the first time in three years, the next two opponents — both of them perennial AFC powerhouses — appear less formidable than when the schedule came out....

Chargers sign LB, will welcome Perryman back to practice

Injuries and some uneven play kept the linebacker corps in a state of flux Monday, with the Chargers signing free-agent Josh Keyes to the active roster, waiving rookie Nigel Harris and hoping the ankles of Jatavis Brown and Denzel Perryman continue to heal. “It’s a real thin group, and we didn’t...

Only one catch, but Williams makes impact on Chargers win

It was a simple “dig” route, a play in which Mike Williams sprinted about 15 yards downfield and made a quick 90-degree turn toward the middle. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, on a third-and-6 from the Raiders 34-yard line, with his team trailing by three in the fourth quarter, timed his pass...

Chargers' Novak misses early but delivers in clutch

The Chargers, as much as anyone in the NFL, have their reasons to be skeptical when it comes to the guy who is supposed to knock the football between the two yellow posts. In their season opener in Denver, they had a game-tying kick blocked in the final seconds. In Week 2, they missed a pair of...