Chargers team doctor, David Chao, no longer with team
Last week, Chargers team doctor, David Chao — whom the NFLPA urged to have removed this year because of malpractice and medical license problems — quit his job reportedly to spend more time with his family and because of his back problems. But USA …
Nick Hardwick, Offensive Line Show Strong Support of Military Families
“We went and presented a bond from theChargers offensive line to a family with a couple of kids. There was one kid who was five years old, and his face lit up and was excited just about the opportunity to meet some Chargersplayers, which was really cool.
Mailbag: Jeromey Clary, Philip Rivers and Malcom Floyd
A: Jeromey is adjusting quite well. Just the other day he said how he is enjoying the challenge and really picking up the nuances of the position. He’s made great strides since his first practice at guard up to now, and I expect the extra practices
Week in Review: LA Clippers Visit the Chargers
Most of the vets departed Chargers Park last week, returning home before reconvening on July 24 for training camp. The rookies, however, stayed behind for another week of training. Here is a look back at another busy off season week for the San Diego …
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ProFootballTalk: San Diego Chargers Mt. Rushmore
Mike Florio puts Dan Fouts, Charlie Joiner, Lance Alworth and Junior Seau on his San Diego ChargersMt. Rushmore. The fans went with a more modern Mt. Rushmore selecting LaDainian Tomlinson and Kellen Winslow instead of Joiner and Alworth.
Other than the Raiders, who do you hate to lose to the most?
Bolts from the Blue
For any San Diego Chargers fan that has been a fan of the team long enough, you almost certainly feel the most pain when they lose to the Oakland Raiders. The reasons for this are many. The Raiders have long been one of the dirtiest (and most penalized …
ONE LAST PLAY FOR MUNCIE IS A SWEEP TRIBUTE
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Chuck Muncie’s former Chargers and Cal teammates wanted to pay a special tribute to the late running back during Muncie’s memorial service last month. So about 20 players huddled on stage at the Rock Church in Point Loma, calling one last play for No.