1. The Winter of (San Diego's) Discontent: Moves That Must Be Made This Offseason

    As yet another NFL season concludes without a trophy being raised in San Diego, the Chargers embark on what promises to be one of the most important offseasons in the franchise's history...

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  2. 5 Bold Predictions for the San Diego Chargers' 2011 Season

    Do you feel it? That jittery anxiousness writhing around in the pit of your stomach that somehow perks up every first week of August like some sort of late-summer viral Groundhog's ...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 3 years ago 6,014 reads 4 comments

  3. San Diego Chargers: 5 Rookies to Keep an Eye on This Season

    With the gloom of the lockout done away with and the initial flurry of free agent activity winding down, it is finally time to start assessing how players will perform on the field rather than in business negotiations...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 3 years ago 6,257 reads 2 comments

  4. 2011 NFL Signings: Chargers Re-Sign Several Key Players, but Questions Remain

    AJ Smith and the rest of the Chargers brain trust got straight to work on Tuesday, the first day in which teams were allowed to negotiate with players as the NFL finally got back to work after a 130-day lockout...

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  5. Draft Day 1 Recap: Surprise! Chargers Pick English

    After all the rumors mock drafts, expert reports, fan speculation, and the opinions of supposed "gurus" the San Diego Chargers selected a linebacker, just not the one most thought they would...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 5 years ago 224 reads 1 comments

  6. Chargers-Colts: Mighty Mouse, Mighty Heart

    The underdog and undermanned San Diego Chargers pulled off an unlikely upset of the favored Indianapolis Colts and MVP Peyton Mannning for the second year in a row in walk-off fashion, thanks to the lightning bug that is Darren Sproles...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about almost 6 years ago 298 reads 3 comments

  7. San Diego Chargers Cruise to Division Crown, Improbable Run Continues

    What was hyped to be an AFC West shootout turned out to be a lopsided affair, the Chargers armed with a six-shooter, the Broncos a super soaker. It was a historic night in San Diego, with polar opposite outcomes...

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  8. Philip Rivers: A Case For the MVP

    With the San Diego Chargers playoff hopes back from life support to not only being alive, but thriving, it is time to come out and say it: Philip Rivers is deserving of the MVP...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about almost 6 years ago 557 reads 1 comments

  9. Chargers-Buccaneers: Cinderella Stays Alive As San Diego Tops Tampa Bay

    For 55 heart-pounding minutes, the San Diego Chargers sweated out a do-or-die matchup vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and in the end the dream was still alive, for the time being...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about almost 6 years ago 92 reads 1 comments

  10. Michael Phelps: The Quest To Be The Greatest Olympian Ever

    Michael Phelps, the most dominate swimmer of our time (he has set a total of 25 world records) who may only be comparable to Tiger Woods in golf, is a man on a mission in Beijing...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 6 years ago 855 reads 1 comments

  11. Red Sox Send Ramirez To The Dodgers

    And so the saga ends. No, not the Brett Favre one, that one is just starting. The Associated Press is reporting that right before today's trade deadline, the Boston Red Sox have traded disgruntled slugger to the L...

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  12. The San Diego Chargers' Five Biggest Questions

    With training camp just under way, and the preseason right around the corner, hopes have never been higher in sunny San Diego...

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  13. The Great Debate: The Greatest NFL Head Coaches Of All Time

    Football is one of the most complex sports played today. Sure the rules are simple enough, and the point of the game isn't too hard to understand. Get the ball across your end zone, you score points...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 6 years ago 1,591 reads 9 comments

  14. The Great Debate: The Greatest Wide Receiver Of All Time

    Welcome to the fourth installment of my "The Great Debate" series. I have already voiced my opinion on who I think the greatest Quarterback, Running Back, and Tight End of all time is...

    Jordan Lee Written by Jordan Lee about over 6 years ago 1,417 reads 7 comments

  15. All Charged Up: The San Diego Chargers Week In Review

    It's been an unusually busy week in sunny San Diego, as a flurry of transactions has occurred within the past week...

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  16. Favre Asks For Release

    Oh the Brett Favre saga continues and today it takes its most serious turn. ESPN's Chris Mortensen is reporting Favre and his agent Bus Cook have sent a letter to the Packers asking for his unconditional release...

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  17. The Great Debate: The Greatest Tight End of All Time

    Welcome to the third installment of my Great Debate series. I have recently covered the quarterback and running back positions, and I continue with football as I examine the greatest to ever play at the tight-end position...

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  18. The Great Debate: The Greatest Quarterback of All Time

    There is no position more demanding in sports than that of the quarterback in professional football. No other position is measured by winning championships in a team game. They are measured by their individual stats, but not the quarterback...

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  19. The Great Debate: The Greatest Running Back of All Time

    In the annals of professional football, there have been numerous great running backs. Some were built like tanks who powered through the middle of the field, blowing up defensive linemen and ...

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  20. Matt Millen Finally Makes the Right Pick

    With the 218th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft the Detroit Lions selected Army Safety Caleb Campbell and quite possibly the best pick Lions General Manager Matt Millen has ever made, even if he is just a backup safety...

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  21. 2009 NFL Draft: Top 10 Prospects To Watch

    The 2008 NFL Draft has just concluded, NFL rookies will be reporting to mini camp (or beginning their holdout) soon, and spring ball is in full swing on the campuses of the top colleges in America...

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  22. Seattle Seahawks Say Goodbye To Shaun Alexander

    The Seattle Seahawks announced a decision that many had already seen coming as they released their former All-Pro running back Shaun Alexander today. Alexander had played his entire career in a Seahawks uniform since the club drafted him in 2000...

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  23. Pistons-76ers: Sixers Shock Detroit in Game 1

    In what has become the first surprise of the 2008 NBA playoffs, the Philadelphia 76ers, led by Andre Miller and Andre Iguodala and with the help of a strong performance from their ...

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  24. Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets: Game One Recap

    The Denver Nuggets suffered a scare prior to their game one matchup versus the Los Angeles Lakers. Their bus carrying Marcus Camby, J.R. Smith, and others caught fire...

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  25. Chargers Draft: If I Were A.J. Smith. . .

    If I was Chargers General Manager A.J. Smith i would never not were Hawaiian shirts, laugh every time i heard the name Marty Schottenheimer, and wear to much hair gel, but that's beside the point...

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