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Aug 24, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; San Diego Chargers quarter back Philip Rivers (17) makes a pass in the first half of a preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers Practice Aboard the USS Ronald ReaganChargers.comHowever, holding it aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan at Naval Air Station North Island made this walk-through a noteworthy and rewarding experience for the Chargers. Photo Gallery: Chargers Practice on the USS Ronald 

Chargers Hashmarks for Aug. 27: 3 on IR; Blackout News; Te’o WatchNBC 7 San DiegoThe Chargers placed three players on Reserve-Injured Tuesday: Wide receiver Dan DePalma (shoulder); fullback Chris Gronkowski (ankle); and wide receiver Mike Willie (knee). With those moves, the team reached its 75-man limit. The Chargers need to 

Chargers worked out ex-Navy starU-T San DiegoPhilip Rivers threw passes Wednesday to crew members of the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier, whose flight deck served as a field. Fear not, none of the Chargersreceivers sprinted or sprawled across the deck, which is lined with hand-sized hooked 

Chargers linebacker is all businessU-T San DiegoThe Chargers inside linebacker always enjoyed business, and these days, business is good. This time last year, he was fighting for a roster spot during the fourth exhibition game only to fall victim to a numbers crunch. Today, against the 49ers, his 

At least Chargers deep at QBU-T San DiegoBut Chargers fans remember 2011, when the Chargers released rookie Scott Tolzien with the intention of placing him on their practice squad – only to have Harbaugh sign him and keep him on the 49ers’ roster the next two seasons. Well, regardless, that