For years it’s been a stand off. The Chargers and Mayor Jerry Sanders facing off over a new stadium to keep the team in San Diego.
There’s been the constant threat of a move to a new stadium in Los Angeles. There’s been the reality of the tough economic times. But there has always been hope that something will get done and fans will only have to worry about Norv leading the Chargers to a 2-4 start.
It’s just the Chargers’ luck to be searching for the same 3-4 defensive end that No. 17 New England is seeking. With both Watt and Jordan gone, the Chargers likely have Clayborn on their board. Some scouts think he could suffer some slippage if he doesn’t come out of the combine with a clean bill of health, but he’s still considered among the top five defensive ends in this year’s deep defensive end class.