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Tom Telesco: We’ll get kicking game fixed

The Chargers missed the playoffs by a small margin this season and the biggest reason why was their 0-4 start to the season. One of the biggest reasons for that start was a pair of missed field goals at the end of their first two games. Younghoe Koo had a game-tying field goal blocked against [more]

Former Charger sues San Diego police for unlawful arrest, breaking arm

A former Chargers defensive back has filed a lawsuit, saying two San Diego cops violated his civil rights, broke his arm, and led to the end of his football career. According to Lyndsay Winkley of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Michael Lee accused officers of arresting him without probable cause on May 28, as he was waiting for [more]

Chargers could draft a quarterback for first time since 2013

Philip Rivers is 36. Yet, the Chargers have only Cardale Jones behind their starting quarterback, with 34-year-old Kellen Clemens becoming a free agent in March. Neither is considered Rivers’ eventual replacement. Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco acknowledges the team has to begin planning for life after Rivers. “We know he’s not going to play 10 [more]

Derek Carr, Russell Okung join parade of Pro Bowl replacements

The general consensus around the league this season was that it was a down year for Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, but he’s still going to the Pro Bowl. The Raiders announced on Monday that Carr has been named as the replacement for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Brady will not play in the game because the [more]

Jaguars go from run of top-five picks to 29th

The Jaguars are going to have to scout differently this year. With yesterday’s loss to the Patriots, the Jaguars will pick 29th in the 2018 NFL Draft, the lowest they’ve picked in the first round since 2000, when they burned the 29th pick on R. Jay Soward. But the draft status also shows how far [more]

Titans will pick 25th, as more spots in draft order set

Four more teams know where they’re picking in the 2018 NFL Draft, as a result of the weekend’s results. The Titans will pick 25th, as they have the lowest record of the divisional round losers, followed by the Falcons, Saints and Steelers. The 29th and 30th picks will be held by the losers of the [more]

John McNulty leaves Chargers for Rutgers

Chargers tight ends coach John McNulty is leaving after two seasons to become the offensive coordinator at Rutgers, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. McNulty, 49, has spent 15 seasons as an NFL assistant, including serving as the Titans quarterbacks coach in 2014-15. He returns to Rutgers, where he spent five seasons as [more]

Dates set for London games

The news got out earlier today about the teams participating in London games this year, leaving the league to announce dates and times this morning. Sort of. The first of the games will mark the debut of the NFL in the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, a project the league has worked with the English soccer [more]

Eagles-Jaguars among London games in 2018

The Eagles are making their first trip abroad, as part of the latest crop of NFL games going to London. Via Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles road game against the Jaguars will be among the three games played in London next season. Other matchups include Seahawks-Raiders and Chargers-Titans, though the league is [more]

Chargers sign Roberto Aguayo, of course

The Chargers were the league’s worst team on field goals last season. They may or may not have helped themselves. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Chargers have signed kicker Roberto Aguayo. Write your own punch line for a change. The former second-round pick of the Buccaneers bounced around and had some tryouts last [more]

Chargers announce Gus Bradley, Ken Whisenhunt will return

The Chargers opened the offseason with uncertainty about whether offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley would remain with the team in 2018, but they put that to rest on Tuesday night. Reports surfaced that Bradley was on the verge of signing a new deal with the team shortly before the Chargers made [more]

Reports: Gus Bradley to remain as Chargers defensive coordinator

Despite overtures from other teams, Gus Bradley is headed back to be defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Chargers, according to multiple reports. Bradley is reportedly set to sign a three-year deal with the Chargers. Bradley was on just a one-year deal with the Chargers after joining the franchise last offseason upon being fired as [more]

Melvin Ingram replacing Joey Bosa in Pro Bowl

Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram will replace teammate Joey Bosa on the AFC Pro Bowl roster. Bosa will miss the game with a finger injury. Ingram has never previously made the Pro Bowl. He had a career-high 10.5 sacks and made 56 tackles and 17 tackles for loss. Ingram also scored his first career touchdown [more]

Packers ask permission to interview Gus Bradley

As they did when they were looking for a General Manager, the Packers aren’t afraid to check on some high-profile external candidates. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Packers have requested permission to interview Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, who has also drawn interest from the Seahawks. Bradley’s contract has expired so permission is [more]

Report: Seahawks interested in bringing back Gus Bradley

The Seahawks are interested in a reunion with Gus Bradley, via Adam Schefter of ESPN. Bradley, the Jaguars’ former head coach, signed a one-year deal to run the Chargers’ defense. With that contract expiring, Bradley is set to become a free agent. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn made it clear he wants Bradley back after the [more]

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