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Nov 25, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Baltimore Ravens tackle Michael Oher (74) blocks against San Diego Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram (54) at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers looking for as much as $700 million in public money for new stadium
As the Chargers keep waiting for the powers-that-be in San Diego to fuel the effort to build a new stadium, the latest story on the effort reveals the biggest reason why the project is going nowhere. Actually, it’s 700 million reasons. Chargers chief 

Chargers Fan Guide to Hating the Raiders
Bleacher Report
San Diego Chargers fans have long hated the silver and black of the rival Oakland Raiders. That hatred among rival fans has escalated well beyond the football field and into the stands to produce some pretty intense altercations. Just last year, an 

Charger Girls: A look back at the 2012 squad-Part 2
With a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the 2013 ChargerGirls calendar coming soon, let’s first look back to last year’s shoot from the beaches of Southern California. We continue documenting the Charger Girls audition process with a look at 

Did the San Diego Chargers Improve at Running Back?
Bolts from the Blue
One of the worst pains about being a current San Diego Chargersfan is watching the rushing attack deteriorate from LaDainian Tomlinson to….well….almost nothing. The new front office didn’t make a huge splash in free agency this offseason, but a 

Nobody knows how to pay for the new Chargers stadium
Bolts from the Blue
The Chargers really want a new stadium in San Diego, they just don’t know how to pay for one. Tweet Share 1 Comment. Here’s how the situation sits for the San Diego Chargers and a new stadium, if I’m understanding it correctly. San Diego isn’t 

Select-A-Seat set for July 21
Fans are encouraged to bring the family for exciting give-a-ways, including a free limited edition Chargers Replica Micro-Helmets for all season-ticket purchases (one per account). Buyers of the first 100 season seats will receive a free commemorative