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NFL teams possibly targeting QB successors in draft
It's not easy being a veteran quarterback, unless you're Tom Brady. Coaches and owners haven't been shy about their intentions to possibly target QB replacements in the draft this year.
Philip Rivers: Young QB might sit for a while behind me
The Chargers have sniffed around at the possibility of drafting a quarterback this year. Philip Rivers understands that he'll need to play at a high level to keep "this thing going."
Los Angeles Chargers finalize deal for training camp location
The Chargers will train at Jack Hammett Sports Complex, which is only about two miles from the planned site of their regular-season base in Costa Mesa, California.
Free agency roundup: Manti Te'o signs with Saints
After spending the last four seasons in San Diego, former Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o is on the move to New Orleans. He wasn't the only player to join a new team Tuesday.
Los Angeles Chargers release veteran OT King Dunlap
The Chargers released veteran tackle King Dunlap, according to Peter Schrager of "Good Morning Football." Are the Bolts finally fixing their problematic offensive line?
Chargers beat out Vikings to land Russell Okung
Left tackle Russell Okung has signed with the Chargers on a four-year, $53 million contract with $13.25 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
L.A. Chargers release Brandon Flowers, two others
The Los Angeles Chargers are parting ways with a trio of players. The team parted ways with Brandon Flowers, D.J. Fluker and Stevie Johnson on Tuesday.
Chargers place franchise tag on Melvin Ingram
Chargers' outside linebacker Melvin Ingram is the latest free agent to be slapped with the franchise tag. Are all of the best pass rushers off the market after Monday's news?
Anthony Lynn not worried by ex-head coaches on staff
New Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn was praised for putting together a good staff, but are there too many cooks in the kitchen? Lynn doesn't think so.
Philip Rivers regrets 'not winning it all' in San Diego
Speaking at an awards dinner on Tuesday night, Los Angeles Chargers quarterback says the "only regret I have is not winning it all while we were here" in San Diego.
Chargers' Lynn: We can help elevate Gordon's game
Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn knows a thing or two about running backs, and he's eager to help Melvin Gordon take his game "to another level" in 2017.
King Dunlap arrested on suspicion of violating protective order
Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap was arrested on suspicion of violating a protective order in Nashville on Thursday, according to records obtained by NFL.com.