San Diego Chargers

Jay Paris: On the face of it, Rivers’ career will never be Super

Quarterback Philip Rivers leads his Chargers into Kansas City this weekend, hopefully not by the hair on his chinny, chin, chin.

Chargers loss is all in the timing

Chargers loss is all in the timing

Defense couldn’t slow Manning’s offense early on

Christa McAullife Elementary celebrates new running track

Christa McAullife Elementary celebrates new running track

OCEANSIDE — Christa McAullife Elementary School’s $17,000 Chargers Champions running track was installed last spring, but Nov. 5 was the day Chargers cheerleaders visited campus for a ribbon cutting ceremony and cheered on student runners who took a ceremonial jog around the track.

Bolts kick Colts to the curb

SAN DIEGO – “You’re only as good as your last kick,” said Nick Novak, the Chargers kicker.

Jay Paris: Colts are good and that’s a good sign for the Bolts

After absorbing a black eye in the Black Hole, the Chargers might be getting blacked out.

No sleight of hand used as Chargers shuffle players in for win

No sleight of hand used as Chargers shuffle players in for win

SAN DIEGO — A heavy weight seemed all but to be lifted off the collective backs of the Chargers after their 30-21 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Jay Paris: After jolt, Bolts tangle with Eagles

The Chargers stagger into the City of Brotherly Love, and what was it that W.C. Fields said?

Chargers stub toe in opener

Chargers stub toe in opener

SAN DIEGO — Initially, the side judge said it wasn’t.

Chargers finalize 53-man roster

Chargers finalize 53-man roster

SAN DIEGO – After Thursday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers, Chargers general manager Tom Telesco stood at the entrance of the team’s locker room and shook the hands of every player as they made their way off the field.

Jay Paris: Beathard still searching for that perfect wave

The face and voice were familiar, if not the digits.