SAN DIEGO — The Chargers began their search for the best 53 players Monday with the opening of OTAs.
SAN DIEGO — “It’s a tremendous opportunity for me to fulfill my dream of being an NFL player. I’m looking forward to it; I’m really excited to start this new journey of my life here in San Diego and just excited to help us win a Super Bowl.”
SAN DIEGO — D.J. Fluker has hands the size of small frying pans, a shoe size of 22. On Thursday, the Chargers made a sizeable choice, literally, using their 11th overall pick in the first round of the NFL draft to select the 22-year-old, 6 foot 5 inch, 339 pound offensive tackle.
SAN DIEGO — The Chargers wrapped up another round of firsts under the new regime of head coach Mike McCoy and general manager Tom Telesco with the completion of voluntary mini camp Thursday.It was a mini camp that McCoy succinctly described as “a good start.”McCoy’s terse and direct style was something that newly acquired cornerback [...]
SAN DIEGO – When the search for a new general manager began more than two weeks ago, Chargers President Dean Spanos said the person to fill that position would be “anybody that could win.”
SAN DIEGO – Even after being relieved of his duties as the San Diego Chargers head coach, for Norv Turner his final press conference was still about his team and football.
SAN DIEGO — On one end of the Chargers locker room, above the doorway is stenciled the Latin phrase, “Nunc Coepi.”
SAN DIEGO — During Monday’s press conference, Chargers head coach Norv Turner did something he hasn’t done in a long time: Smile.
ENCINITAS — On a sunny morning at Diegueno Middle, four students point out a patch of schoolyard that’s intended for student use, but not quite fit for activity.
SAN DIEGO — Following a U-T San Diego report apparently from sources saying that the Chargers would fire head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith at the end of the season, Dean Spanos, the team’s chairman and president, issued a statement late Thursday afternoon disputing the report