CHARGERS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Pending free agent Danny Woodhead ahead of schedule in ACL recovery

There’s no guarantee Danny Woodhead will be with the Chargers as they make their move north. But he is making moves. Via Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the running back is reportedly six weeks ahead of schedule in his recovery from last year’s torn ACL, and is shown in a video running and cutting.…
Via Pro Football Talk
2 hours ago

LaDainian Tomlinson offers San Diego fans a 'silver lining' to Chargers moving to L.A.

LaDainian Tomlinson knows fans in San Diego feel hurt and betrayed over the Chargers moving to LA and are burning jerseys — possibly even his.The Chargers great acknowledges that the move was "hurtful", but says owner Dean Spanos "wants what's best for the Chargers" and offers this "silver lining" to fans in San Diego."You still have the opportunity to support your team. You know...
Via FOX Sports
5 hours ago

Chargers 2016 positional grades: Running Back

The Chargers have moved to Los Angeles. We’ve covered that from all angles here at Bolt Beat, so let’s get back to the norm, shall we? Looking back at the 2016 season, it seems like the Chargers were a good rushing team because of the success that Melvin Gordon found on the ground. But the […] Chargers 2016 positional grades: Running Back - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles...
Via Bolt Beat
10 hours ago

Report: Chargers retiring laughingstock LA logo for good

The infamous first logo of the Los Angeles Chargers lasted less than a week. According to a report, the team is retiring the much ridiculed and possibly trademark infringing logo. I was told the Chargers will never use this logo again. It will go down as the shortest-lived logo in sports history. pic.twitter.com/8V5pSa12cK — Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) January 17, 2017 ...
Via Sportsnaut
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Lynn expects Chargers to win now, no matter the city

CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- Anthony Lynn stepped to the podium under a brilliant sun Tuesday and immediately made the same verbal slip that everybody in Southern California will be making for at least a little while."I am so proud to be the head coach of the San Dieg- uh, LA Chargers," Lynn said. "Oops."In truth, Lynn's mailing address might be the least important detail of his new job...
Via Associated Press
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Lynn almost says “San Diego Chargers” during introductory press conference

Lost in the news of the Chargers’ move from San Diego to Los Angeles is that they hired the first African-American head coach in team history in former Bills Offensive Coordinator Anthony Lynn. In his introductory press conference, force of habit nearly forced Lynn into an all-time great Freudian slip, as you can see below: We’re all going to say this for a while, since it’s...
Via The Comeback
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Chargers Fans: Jeffrey Siniard

Jeffrey Siniard joins John Gennaro to talk about why he's not following the Chargers to Los Angeles. As a way of mourning the loss of the San Diego Chargers, I’ve decided this week to use my podcast to talk to a few former Chargers fans that won’t be following the team to Los Angeles. After starting with myself yesterday, today I had the chance to talk to Jeffrey Siniard. As...
Via Bolts From The Blue
15 hours ago

San Diego CBS affiliate expects to carry Chargers games

The Chargers have left San Diego, but they’ll still have a presence there. Via the San Diego Union-Tribune, the local CBS affiliate plans to carry “a lot of Chargers games” in 2017. The station’s general manager told Tom Krasovic of the Union-Tribune that CBS corporate executives make the decision on which games will be televised…
Via Pro Football Talk
16 hours ago

Philip Rivers fine with LA move, not pushing for a trade

There were a lot of questions about whether or not Philip Rivers would move with the Chargers to Los Angeles if and when the team moved, but those seem to have been answered. The San Diego Union Tribune’s Kevin Acee, who long has covered Rivers and the Chargers, says Rivers is not pushing for a trade and is fine with LA. One more time, Philip Rivers is not pushing a trade to...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Lynn swears after saying ‘San Diego Chargers’ during presser

New Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn got off to a rough start at his new gig when he referred to the franchise as the “San Diego Chargers” in his introductory press conference Tuesday. Oops. A minor slip up: Anthony Lynn began to call team "San Diego Chargers" before correcting himself. "Los Angeles Chargers." — Michael Gehlken (@sdutGehlken) January 17, 2017...
Via Sportsnaut
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Los Angeles Chargers, Revisited

Dean Spanos’ decision will go down in history as one of the greatest acts of sports infamy ever. After some time to think things over, here’s a look at my collection of thoughts regarding the move. First and foremost, I’d like to make a revision to the left-hand sign visible in this article’s cover photo. The pictured fan lists all the teams that would pull rank over the...
Via Bolts From The Blue
22 hours ago

SD moving companies refusing to help Chargers relocate

The San Diego Chargers have become the Los Angeles Chargers - just don’t tell that to moving companies located in San Diego. It is one thing for the Chargers to secure a move to Los Angeles, abandoning the city of San Diego and its fans. It is another to actually move there. According to a report by Derek Togerson of NBC New York, 22 compaines have decided to boycott the Chargers...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

No spark: Chargers logo, player booed at Clippers-Lakers

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Chargers aren't getting the warmest welcome from potential patrons on their move up the California coast. Los Angeles fans at a Clippers-Lakers game Saturday booed the Chargers' new logo when it was shown on the video board, then jeered tight end Jeff Cumberland when he was put on the big screen. Chargers CEO and president Dean Spanos also attended the game...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Lakers, Clippers fans boo Chargers logo shown on jumbotron (VIDEO)

Los Angeles fans don’t seem to be very accepting toward their new NFL team, it seems. After the Chargers announced the team’s relocation to San Diego, the team has been doing whatever it can to attempt to grow their following and win over fans. But it hasn’t been going well. The Chargers announced the implementation of their new logo on Thursday, and it resembled something...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

It’s official: Oakland Raiders will file relocation papers to move to Vegas

Fresh off of the news that the San Diego Chargers are moving to LA to become the Los Angeles Chargers, the Oakland Raiders will officially file their relocation papers to move out of Oakland in favor of Las Vegas. The move, which has been rumored for quite some time now, would bring Vegas its second professional sports team, joining the newly-created Vegas Golden Knights of the...
Via The Comeback
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Spanos rips Chargers from San Diego, loyal fans' hearts

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Sunday afternoons in San Diego used to be something special.Fans would flock to see their beloved Chargers, first at Balboa Stadium and then in Mission Valley, at the stadium once affectionately known as The Murph.The Bolts gave San Diego an identity of being more than just a sleepy Navy town, from the distinctive lightning bolt logo on their helmets to the powder...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers change ridiculous logo by … tweaking colors

The San Diego … er … the Los Angeles Chargers have finally fixed their unsightly new logo. It’s quite a bit different now, too. No. Actually, that’s a lie. It’s most certainly not much different at all. It’s just as awful as ever, but hey, the colors have been tweaked now! New Chargers logo has been adjusted. Team displaying updated version with powder blue, yellow...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

A statistical look at the 56 years the Chargers spent in San Diego

The San Diego Chargers are no more, as owner Dean Spanos is moving his NFL team 120 miles north to Los Angeles. That ends a nearly six-decade residency in San Diego. Here’s what you need to know about the 56-year run the Chargers had in “America’s Finest City.” 416-427-11: That was the Chargers’ record during their 56 years in San Diego. They were above .500 at 407...
Via The Comeback
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Lynn officially named head coach of Chargers

Less than 24 hours after officially announcing their move from San Diego to Los Angeles, the Chargers have hired a new head coach. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Anthony Lynn and the Chargers have agreed to a four-year deal. Now official: Chargers and former Bills interim HC agree on a 4-year contract, per source. In 24 hours, Chargers have new HC and new city. — Adam...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

LA Chargers unveil new logo, get torn apart on Twitter

The Chargers formally announced on Thursday that they are moving to Los Angeles, and unlike the Rams they are not sticking with their old logo. Let’s just say the new one could use some work. Shortly after Chargers owner Dean Spanos shared a letter to fans on Twitter, the team unveiled its new logo across all of its social media platforms. The reaction was not positive: This...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chargers' temporary L.A. stadium will be the NFL's smallest by far

The San Diego Chargers are reportedly making the move north to Los Angeles and will make the announcement as soon as Thursday. Though the details are likely still being ironed out, including a possible rebranding in a year or two – they do have a place to play.It pales in comparison to the place they called home for the past 40-plus years, though. According to USA Today and multiple...
Via FOX Sports
5 days ago

WATCH: Fan throws eggs at Chargers Park front door

The Chargers will soon announce that the team is relocating to Los Angeles, according to a report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, and one particular fan was not happy about it. Just a few hours after the news about relocation broke, this male fan went to Chargers Park to make a statement. Also, it should be noted that he brought some eggs along with him. The Chargers fan fired...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss
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