1. The Curious Case of Chargers WR Danario Alexander

    Danario Alexander went undrafted in 2010. It wasn't because he wasn't physically gifted, because he was...

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  2. Stability Favors Chargers Offensive Line

    In one regard, the Chargers have a leg up on the Broncos and other AFC West teams going into offseason workouts next month. San Diego brings back its five main starters on the offensive line (if Jeromey Clary's $4...

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  3. Prospect Profile: Kelvin Benjamin

    In order to familiarize fans with some of the top names in the 2014 NFL Draft, Chargers .com will be highlighting a different prospect each weekday leading up to the first day of the draft on May 8th...

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  4. Why the San Diego Chargers Should Draft a Defensive Lineman

    In the 3rd part of an on-going series, we take a look at why the Chargers should draft a Defensive Lineman with the 25th pick.....

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  5. Do the San Diego Chargers have a Cornerback problem?

    Should the San Diego Chargers avoid drafting a Cornerback early in the NFL Draft until they can figure out how to turn talented defensive backs into productive members of the defense? ...

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  6. Chargers to Face New Raiders QB in Schaub

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  7. Marion Grice NFL Draft 2014: Highlights, Scouting Report for Chargers RB

    Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State (HT: 6’0”, WT: 208 lbs.) San Diego Chargers Sixth Round: 201st Pick NFL Comparison: C.J. Spiller , RB, Buffalo Bills Positives Fairly elusive runner...

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  8. Ranking the 2014 Impact of Chargers' Free-Agent Signings so Far

    Re-signing players seemed to be the more favored approach for Chargers general manager Tom Telesco, but the few outside additions he made in free agency will have an impact on the 2014 season...

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  9. Defenders' Pro Days Keep Chargers Busy

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  10. Kellen Clemens Ready for Backup QB Duty

    Asked about the attraction of signing a two-year, $3 million deal to join the San Diego Chargers in free agency, reserve quarterback Kellen Clemens listed four reasons.....

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  11. How Donald Brown Will Fit in the San Diego Chargers Offense

    The San Diego Chargers left many people scratching their heads after signing running back Donald Brown to a three-year, $10.4 million contract at the start of free agency...

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  12. Telesco: Ryan Mathews Is Still Our 'Bell Cow'

    The Chargers bucked the recent trends with running backs by signing Donald Brown to a three-year, $10.4 million deal shortly after the start of free agency last week...

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  13. Chargers Not Focused on Broncos' Spending

    San Diego Chargers general manager Tom Telesco talked with Darren Smith of The Mighty 1090 AM radio on Wednesday, addressing his team's approach to free agency, which included the ...

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  14. Checking on Chargers WRs, Options

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  15. Chargers Try out Ex-Titans Return Man

    The Chargers on Monday worked out a return man who made the 2010 Pro Bowl as a rookie, only to suffer a gruesome injury in 2012...

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  16. Butler Thinks Wilfork Would Be a Fine Bolt

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  17. Free-agency review: Chargers

    Most significant signing: Re-signing linebacker Donald Butler as the long-term anchor for the middle of San Diego 's defense was the team's top priority in free agency, so mission accomplished...

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  18. Chargers Mock Draft: Fresh 7 Round Predictions Post Week 1 of Free Agency

    As the dust from Week 1 of free agency begins to settle, preparations for the upcoming draft should be in order for the Chargers . It was a quiet March for San Diego, which focused more on re-signing its own players rather than anything else...

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  19. Could the San Diego Chargers Trade for DeSean Jackson?

    The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly shopping their superstar WR DeSean Jackson . The San Diego Chargers should be very interested, and here is how they could afford him...

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  20. Welcome Back! Ajirotutu Re-Signs with Bolts

    When training camp opened in 2013, Seyi Ajirotutu was not in attendance. However, it didn't take long for the team to bring back the popular wideout...

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  21. Chris Watt NFL Draft 2014: Highlights, Scouting Report for San Diego Chargers LG

    Chris Watt, LG, Notre Dame (6'3", 310 lbs) San Diego Chargers Third Round: 89th Pick NFL Comparison: Mike Brisiel, Offensive Guard, Oakland Raiders ...

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  22. Steve Smith: Chargers Offered Me Deal

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  23. Chargers 'No-Brainer' for Donald Brown

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  24. Ranking San Diego Chargers' Best Remaining Free-Agency Options

    Free agency was all quiet on the Chargers home front. To put it into perspective, while a handful of teams had the luxury of shopping at a high-priced designer store, the Chargers were relegated to a league-wide garage sale of sorts...

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  25. Dwight Freeney Agrees to Pay Reduction

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