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18 Game Season

The players hate it.  The owners love it.  What to think of the inevitable 18 game season?  The owners have yet to vote on it, and the players wonder how they’ll be compensated. Currently, there are

17 weeks in the season, and each team plays 16 games: 8 at home, and 8 on the road.  With 18 games, each team ...Full Article

Is Vincent Jackson on the Move?

From Jason Cole at Yahoo sports The Seahawks have been granted written permission by the San Diego Chargers to discuss contract terms with holdout Vincent Jackson, Seattle general manager ...Full Article

McNeill Comes Halfway

It seems as though Marcus McNeill wants to play for the Chargers this year and he is being quite reasonable.  Per profootballtalk.com

McNeill reportedly requested the meeting (with ...Full Article

2010 San Diego Chargers Fantasy Preview

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QB – Philip Rivers – Rivers has been outstanding for the Chargers as well as fantasy owners the ...Full Article

Chargers Depth Chart Released

The Chargers released the first depth chart of the season today.  No real surprises, but it is quite obvious from the looks of things that this team does not ...Full Article

Do the Chargers Need Vincent Jackson? NO!

VJAt first you might think I'm crazy after all in 2009 Vincent Jackson had 68 rec, 1,167 yds and 9 ...Full Article

GM Smith Using the Media to his Advantage

Yes, I'm beginning to believe thatAJ Smith San Diego Chargers general manaLeoger, A.J. ...Full Article

Donald Butler Out for the Season

As reported via twitter by Kevin Acee Donald Butler tore his Achilles during practice today and will be lost for the season.  A tough blow to the defense, as ...Full Article

Gates signed to 5- year extension

Per ESPN Antonio Gates agree and the Chargers agree to a 5-year contract extension through 2015. Details to come XTRA sports is reporting $20.4M guarenteed, 5-year $36.17M contractFull Article

Starting Left Tackle Update

Following up on the article about leverage I wrote last week.  The Chargers have decided to name Brandon Dombrowski at the teams starting left tackle to open camp. That ...Full Article