Jan 5, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Reggie Walker (52) and outside linebacker Melvin Ingram (54) celebrate an interception during the fourth quarter of the AFC wild card playoff football game at Paul Brown Stadium. San Diego won 27-10. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports
Chargers QB Rivers named Comeback Player of the Year
San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers was named the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year Saturday, as voted by the Associated Press. Rivers engineered an improbable run for the Chargers into the playoffs, as they won their final four regular season games.
San Diego Chargers: State of Franchise at the Start of the 2014 Offseason
The Bolts finished 9-7 in the regular season and managed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2009 under first-year head coach Mike McCoy. As fate would have it, the Chargers were eliminated in the divisional round by an AFC West rival and the …
Chargers QB Rivers wins AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year
Claremore Daily Progress
Rivers led the San Diego Chargers to a wild-card playoff spot with four straight victories to close out the schedule, giving them a 9-7 record. He led the league with a 69.5 completion percentage and threw for 32 TDs against 11 interceptions. He …
Morning Links: Hawks create the blueprint
So with the last game of the 2013 season over, it’s time for the rest of the league to begin figuring out how to build a team that can compete with Seattle for a Super Bowl — and the San Diego Chargers might be closer than you think. Carroll and …
Chargers Mike McCoy and family talk about first year
SAN DIEGO – Chargers Head Coach Mike McCoy, his wife and kids open up about their first year living in San Diego. While they say the perks of the profession are great, every one of the McCoy family will tell you it also has its challenges. With the …
Ranking the Bolts: No. 13 Jeromey Clary
U-T San Diego
Clary was third among Chargers blockers in snaps (1,065) despite sitting out two of the 18 games. True to an offensive line proud of its toughness, he attacked his opponents until the whistle blew. Injuries elsewhere put him at right tackle in four games.