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Dec 1, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers linebacker Donald Butler (56) waits for the play during the first half against the Cincinnati Bengals at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers Ready For NFL Combine
NBC 7 San Diego
“The Combine is important, but I will say it’s only a piece of the puzzle,” says Chargersgeneral manager Tom Telesco. “It’s not the end-all, be-all. For us it’s very important how they played in the fall as a college football player. That’s a big part 

Chargers not hiding interest in Butler
U-T San Diego
Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (25) fumbles as he is hit by San Diego Chargers linebacker Donald Butler in the first half of an NFL wild-card playoff football game on Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Tom Uhlman) The 

San Diego Chargers – TeamReport
His first three draft picks as the San Diego Chargers‘ general manager started as rookies for a playoff team, the other three appear to be future contributors and he targeted free agents such as running back Danny Woodhead, but Tom Telesco knows it’s 

San Diego Chargers Free Agency: Cornerbacks
Bolts from the Blue
Kyle Posey looks through the unrestricted free agent Cornerbacks available this offseason to try and find one that the San Diego Chargers might want to sign to be their #1. Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook  Share Share withChargers 

New Chargers LB: Who is Cordarro Law?
Bolts from the Blue
When you have Tom Telesco as your general manager, it’s easy to ignore a lot of his off-season moves. But, when you look at the free agents that were signed from last year and how they contributed to the team’s performance, it gives you more interest 

San Diego Chargers Catch a Small Break, NFL Salary Cap to Rise by 5%
Bolts from the Blue
Good news came in this morning for the San Diego Chargers. Adam Schefter has reported that the league wide salary cap will be set at $130 million. That’s a 5% increase from just a year ago, and $4 million higher than the $126 million that was being