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        • newDean Spanos Drops a Few Hints About Inglewood Stadium

          Dean Spanos Drops a Few Hints About Inglewood Stadium

          Digitizing will fully allow for a custom Chargers stadium on game days The LA Chargers aren’t generating a lot of headlines early in this offseason. That comes as a welcome relief after a tumultuous 2017 offseason that included a new city, a new head coach, a new playing field, and personnel changes. Despite missing the playoffs, the Chargers looked to be headed in the correct direction by the end of the regular season. For these reasons, fans of the Chargers have a lot to look forward to in the near future.In the further future, specifically 2020, there promises to be even more gl…
          - 22 hours ago, 19 Jan 18, 8:00am -
        • Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Who Will Chargers Lose to Free Agency?

          Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Who Will Chargers Lose to Free Agency?

          Your daily dose of Chargers news & notes from around the web. Which Chargers are Free Agents in 2018? - Ricky HenneBoston inked a one-year deal with the team in May, and won the starting free safety gig in the preseason. He was a ballhawk in the secondary, totaling a team-high five interceptions. Boston started 15 of the 16 games he appeared in, also recording 79 tackles and eight passes defensed.Austin Ekeler Returns to Where It All Began - Hayley Elwood“It’s crazy! I’m going to be sitting in a classroom (for) oil and gas economics. It’s nuts because at the last second (last…
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        • Los Angeles Chargers 2018 Mock Draft Roundup Vol. 1

          Los Angeles Chargers 2018 Mock Draft Roundup Vol. 1

          With only 99 days left until the NFL Draft begins, here’s a look at what the experts have to say about the Chargers’ selection. With only 99 days until the NFL Draft, mock draft season has begun. Draft pundits are setting up their big boards and NFL front offices are conducting interviews with prospects at showcase games all in preparation for Draft day in April. The Los Angeles Chargers hold the 17th pick and are in a very interesting situation. After just missing out on the playoffs, the Chargers are in what many consider to be no man’s land. They are too far back to select a fr…
          - 3 days ago, 17 Jan 18, 11:15am -
        • Chargers Offseason: Internal Free Agents, Cuts & Restructures.

          Chargers Offseason: Internal Free Agents, Cuts & Restructures.

          Garrett Sisti and Jamie Hoyle are back with another episode of the Lightning Round Podcast. It’s time to kick off the offseason shows for the Lightning Round Podcast with an eye toward Free Agency; today they cover all the Chargers internal Free Agents. It begins with an overview of the cap and then which Unrestricted Free Agents stay or go and what they would do with guys like Antonio Gates, Tre Boston, Korey Toomer, Adrian Phillips and more. Then they cover the Chargers Restricted Free Agents and whether Tyrell Williams, Chris McCain, Tenny Palepoi and others deserve a tender and if…
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        • Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Will This Year’s Offseason Be Better?

          Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Will This Year’s Offseason Be Better?

          Your daily dose of Chargers news & notes from around the web. Coaching Rumors: Browns, Raiders, Bears - Greg GoldsteinWhile many hires are being reported, the Chargers are losing their tight ends coach John McNulty to the college ranks. McNulty will join Rutgers as their offensive coordinator for the next season, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times (Twitter link). McNulty previously worked as an assistant coach for the Scarlet Knights from 2004-2008.Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason - Mike SandoSeventh overall pick Mike Williams was seen as an injury risk comi…
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        • Chargers Draft 2018: Senior Bowl Prospects To Keep An Eye On

          Chargers Draft 2018: Senior Bowl Prospects To Keep An Eye On

          Check out a handful of prospects Tom Telesco should pay attention to in Mobile. Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama6’3 234 lbs.Evans is arguably the second best linebacker in this draft class, just behind Butkus Award Winner, Roquan Smith (Georgia). A long, rangy defender, Evans exhibits the play speed and tenacity that would be a welcomed sight in the Charger’s linebacking corps. After posting 66 total tackles on the season (second on the team), 17.5 tackles for loss (led the team), and six sacks (second), Evans possesses a plethora of skills, including a very effective spin move, which…
          - 7 days ago, 13 Jan 18, 8:52am -
        • The 2017 season was a success

          The 2017 season was a success

          Matthew Stanley is back after a break to talk about why the 2017 season was a success. The 2017 season had some ups and downs but it make no mistake, it was a success. I talk about why I think the Chargers set themselves up for success in the future and why this season was such a success. I also catch up with some recent developments like Gus Bradley and Ken Whisenhunt coming back on new contracts and the Oakland Raiders new head coach. If you like the Locked On Chargers podcast, make sure to subscribe and give it a good rating on iTunes/Google Play. If you leave a review on iTunes…
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        • Chargers CB Casey Hayward: “I really feel like I’m the best corner in the league.”

          Chargers CB Casey Hayward: “I really feel like I’m the best corner in the league.”

          Los Angeles Chargers CB Casey Hayward joined the Game Theory and Money podcast and talked about a bunch of things, including why he thinks he’s the best CB in the NFL. Hi there!I don’t believe I’ve posted a thing on this website since the Los Angeles Chargers season ended, but I have something fun for you today that you might enjoy: An interview with Chargers CB Casey Hayward!Casey joined the Game Theory and Money podcast from NFL Media (at about the 49:00 mark, if you want to fast-forward past the NFL Playoffs talk) and talked about:Why he feels like he’s the best cornerbac…
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            • What They Are Saying: Williams welcome to LA
              Mike Williams got his first feel for life in Los Angeles Friday as he visited for the first time since being drafted by the Chargers.  In this edition of What They Are Saying we look at what is being said about Mike Williams arrival to LA as a Charger.   
              - 29 Apr 17, 10:44am -
            • Los Angeles Chargers No.1 pick Mike Williams: From tragedy to triumph
              Every year, the NFL draft is filled with great stories. Almost always, those stories are about young men who have overcome tremendous obstacles to achieve their childhood dream. The Los Angeles Chargers drafted one of those stories when they chose wide receiver Mike Williams with the No. 7 overall pick. Williams didn’t have to overcome […]Los Angeles Chargers No.1 pick Mike Williams: From tragedy to triumph - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
              - 29 Apr 17, 8:49am -
            • Who should the Chargers target on Day 3?
              With still plenty of talent left on the board, the Los Angeles Chargers have a chance to add more playmakers. Who should they target on Day 3? The Chargers drafted WR Mike Williams, OL Forrest Lamp and OG Dan Feeney with their first three picks. It may not have been flashy, but GM Tom Telesco […]Who should the Chargers target on Day 3? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
              - 29 Apr 17, 8:49am -
            • Was Mike Williams a good pick for the Los Angeles Chargers?
              Louis Gorini examines the Mike Williams selection and decides if he was a good pick for the Los Angeles Chargers. A lot of fans are confused with the Los Angeles Chargers 1st Round pick, Mike Williams, in the 2017 NFL Draft. Frankly, I don't blame them. There are tons of questions with this franchise. The Chargers are set at the wide receiver position, no? Why did LA pass up on the next Ed Reed (Malik Hooker) or failed to add to the defensive line? Are the Chargers now going all in with Rivers? I thought they were supposed to be rebuilding, right?Let me first say, I do not believe Mike Willia…
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            • “Experts” loving this Chargers Draft Class
              According to the talking heads, Tom Telesco is killing it. As we all know, you can’t properly grade a draft class for a few years, but that doesn’t stop people from grading draft picks and classes as they are assembled. We are through 3 rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Chargers have had 3 picks and made no trades. So far this class has netted Clemson WR Mike Williams, Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp, and Indiana OG Dan Feeney. So what “grades” have Tom Telesco and his staff been earning with these picks? Walterfootball: Mike Williams - B, Forrest Lamp - A+, Dan Feeney - A+SI.com (…
              - 29 Apr 17, 7:57am -
            • Quick Take on the Los Angeles Chargers Day Two Draft Selections
              The L.A. Chargers got themselves a couple of steals during the second day of the NFL draft. Day two of the 2017 NFL Draft is over and done with, and the Chargers used their second and third round selections to begin construction on the Great Wall of Los Angeles. Tom Telesco and company decided to double down on offensive linemen on day two, and they found themselves what looks to be a couple of foundational pieces along the offensive front line. The two players the Chargers selected were OG Forrest Lamp from Western Kentucky, and OG Dan Feeney out of Indiana.How the heck was Forrest Lamp sti…
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            • Mike Williams: Why Bad Value Doesn't Equal a Bad Player
              Mike Williams might not have been the ideal pick at #7, but that doesn't mean he's not going to be a good player for the Chargers. When the Chargers traded up in the 2015 NFL Draft to select Melvin Gordon, the general consensus was that the value was terrible. They'd used the #15 selection on Gordon, as well as trading away a 4th and a 5th round pick to make sure they'd be able to get their man. Because fans hated the value, they hated the pick, and thus disliked the player from Day 1. Gordon undeniably had a poor rookie season - but would he have come in for such heavy criticism had the Charg…
              - 29 Apr 17, 7:20am -
            • Chargers draft OG Dan Feeney in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft
              Chargers make their 3rd round selection. In the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers have selected OG Dan Feeney. Feeney is a stud OG. He moves really well from the guard position and is probably the best pass blocking OG in the draft. Feeney has only given up 2 sacks in college. Feeney had a second round grade from me, and many others. The concern with Feeney is that he has a history with concussions, a problem that is known all too well to Chargers fans with offensive linemen. I like the strategy the Chargers are using in this draft. I was hoping for this a few years…
              - 28 Apr 17, 7:16pm -
            • Rivers on if Chargers had picked QB: ‘It wouldn’t have been great’
              Philip Rivers is happy that the Los Angeles Chargers took a wide receiver in the first round of the draft last night instead of a quarterback like some predicted they might.As Rivers explained during an interview with KLSD-AM’s "Hardwick & Richards," drafting a quarterback with the seventh overall pick would have sent the wrong message to the 13-year veteran.“Yeah, I don’t know if it would have been real good. As I told y’all a few weeks ago, not that I would ever shy away from anything, but that would have been an indication to me that we’re looking down the road,” Rivers said o…
              - 28 Apr 17, 10:35am -
            • Top 10 takeaways from first round of 2017 NFL Draft
              Here we are. The first round of the 2017 NFL Draft has drawn to a conclusion. There were some major surprises along the way, especially at both quarterback and wide receiver. All said, six players at those two positions were selected within the first 12 picks.Among the most-active teams in the first round, both the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers ended Thursday’s action building up what were two of the most talent-stricken rosters in the NFL. In the process, each of these bottom feeders also added future draft assets in trades.Then, we have the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs…
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            • Chargers 2018 draft: Linebacker or defensive tackle in first round?
              Every week, I’m going to give you Los Angeles Chargers’ fans and Bolt Beat readers a simple “Would You Rather” scenario to think about, discuss, and ultimately decide upon. Our first question deals with the upcoming 2018 draft. I loved the discussion on the Tyrell Williams vs Travis Benjamin article, so much so that I […]Chargers 2018 draft: Linebacker or defensive tackle in first round? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
              - 1 day ago, 18 Jan 18, 9:13pm -
            • What should the Chargers do with Brandon Mebane, Corey Liuget?
              The Los Angeles Chargers have some work to do in the trenches. The Chargers have one of the more talented defensive lines in the NFL. More importantly, they have decent depth. Joey Bosa is the next superstar on defense. Melvin Ingram is his partner-in-crime. Both defensive ends finished with 10-plus sacks a piece in 2017. […]What should the Chargers do with Brandon Mebane, Corey Liuget? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
              - 2 days ago, 18 Jan 18, 1:40pm -
            • Would the Los Angeles Chargers be in the AFC Championship If they made the playoffs?
              After starting the season 0-4, the Los Angeles Chargers got hot and finished the season 9-3 with the help of the veteran gunslinger and a resurgent defense. Los Angeles fell just short of the playoffs, losing a Wild Card spot to the Tennessee Titans in the final week of the season. Previously, Los Angeles had […]Would the Los Angeles Chargers be in the AFC Championship If they made the playoffs? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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