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Column: Rams winning ‘Fight for L.A.’ isn’t a big blow to Chargers

Upon declaring their move north five years ago, the Spanos Chargers also announced a “Fight for L.A.” campaign. The image evoked wasn’t brass-knuckles — “We are committed to earning the hearts and minds of Los Angeles football fans one at a time,” said A.G. Spanos, the team’s president of business operations — but the “Fight for L.A.” slogan stuck.
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4 free agent running backs the Chargers could sign to back up Austin Ekeler

Alex Collins is one of several Seattle Seahawks running backs to hit free agency this offseason and even though he is not going to get paid much, it would be shocking to see him return to Seattle in 2022. Spotrac only estimates Collins to get a one-year, $1.2 million contract, putting him right in the Chargers' ballpark.
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Chargers Daily Links: Monday Open Thread

The Chiefs didn’t make the Super Bowl this year which means we obviously have something to celebrate this Monday morning. Thank friggin’ goodness. Unfortunately, however, that other team in L.A. made the big dance which means we won’t be completely free of loathing during this year’s game. So, what’s new?
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Roger McCreary's athleticism would be perfect complement to Chargers secondary

It is difficult to find a cornerback that checks all the boxes to cover receivers at the next level. They must have ideal length, height, and weight that does not sacrifice the player’s agility and change of direction skills. Cornerbacks need to be able to match the movements of their opponent, find means to slow down their route and display the necessary coordination to prevent the catch when the ball is in the air. A fiery hunger to set the tone as a competitor and provide a strong presence in run support is also desirable.
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Report: Broncos to Interview Chargers TEs Coach Kevin Koger for OC Job

So much for Adam Stenavich. One day after Denver's interest was made public, the Green Bay Packers blocked Stenvavich, its offensive line coach/run game coordinator, from interviewing for the Broncos' offensive coordinator vacancy, 9News' Mike Klis reported Friday. What happens next for the Broncos? Don't miss out on any news...
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Chargers Scouting Report: Cincinnati CB Coby Bryant

The 2022 Senior Bowl is upon us and practices for the National and American teams will be underway shortly in Mobile, AL. Given the opportunity to observe several impressive NFL draft prospects in person, we will do our best to evaluate the impressive pool of upperclassmen talent and determine the best fits for the Chargers.
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10 Insights: Joey Bosa Joins Chargers Legend with Fourth Pro Bowl Honor

Below are 10 quick-hitting insights from the Chargers' linebackers and defensive line during the 2021 regular season:. 1) OLB Joey Bosa finished the year with 10.5 sacks, making him the only Charger in history to record double-digit sacks in at least four of his first six pro seasons. 2) Bosa...
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The LA Chargers should celebrate the Raiders hiring Josh McDaniels

The AFC West underwent two coaching changes this offseason. The Denver Broncos hired Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, which is bad news for the LA Chargers as that increases the likelihood of the nightmare Aaron Rodgers rumor. Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Raiders hired New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, which is a move that Charger fans should be celebrating.
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Three Bolts Named to AP All-Pro Second Team

On Friday, the Associated Press announced their 2021 All-Pro Team rosters with three Chargers named to the All-Pro Second team. Below is the list of Chargers who were voted to the second team and key stats from their 2021 campaigns. Rashawn Slater. The rookie left tackle drafted 13th overall in...
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Tom Brady retiring could keep Chargers worst nightmare from happening

The biggest NFL story of the year was reported on Saturday as ESPN's Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington reported that the greatest quarterback of all time, Tom Brady, would be hanging it up after 22 seasons. While there is some pushback from Brady's camp, it appears that Brady won't play again and he is simply waiting to announce it himself. Regardless of when that announcement comes, one thing is for certain, the LA Chargers should be happy.
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"Cali Chris" Rumph II Eyes Big Goals in 2022

Last May, I happened to be on a flight from Houston after shooting a feature with Rashawn Slater. Lo and behold, another new draft pick of the Chargers happened to be on that same flight. Chris Rumph II. He was heading to rookie minicamp and after catching up with him...
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