While Chargers fans might want rookie quarterback Justin Herbert to start, Tyrod Taylor is the right man.
Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn spoke to reporters Wednesday about the quarterback situation with Tyrod Taylor. Lynn spoke about how Taylor will "probably be the day one starter." He also complimented his work ethic believing he's the "perfect guy" to mentor first-round pick Justin Herbert.
The Chargers will be starting a new quarterback for the first time after Philip Rivers has held the position for 14 seasons. Taylor has been a starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills and the Cleveland Browns. He's...
How We Got Here
Tua Tagovailoa is one of the most intriguing prospects in this draft class. For most of the college football season, Tagovailoa was seen as the most talented prospect on the board. He played quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide, putting up sparking numbers and leading the Tide to a National Championship in his tenure.
Tagovailoa injured his hip in mid-November that required season-ending surgery, ending his storied Alabama career. With a devastating injury such as one to the hip, there was talk that Tua's surgery would be career-ending. For everyone's sake, that was proven to be false,...
There are a lot of rumors that are spread around the grapevine during the NFL Draft process, are all rumors right? No, they aren't, but some are. Here is my take for the latest rumors for the 2020 NFL Draft rumors, Buy or Sell edition.
NFL Draft Rumors No. 1: Justin Jefferson will go at No. 7 to Carolina
Sell: I like Justin Jefferson a lot, but unless a wide receiver's last name is Ruggs III or Lamb, I’m not using a top-10 pick on you. Also, the Panthers spent big money on Robby Anderson this offseason, and already having DJ...
HBO's long-running show "Hard Knocks" will be making history. For the first time, the show will be featuring two NFL teams when it's scheduled to air during training camp should it happen.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers will be the teams featured.
No announcement is expected to be made by NFL Films and the NFL since they are focused on the virtual NFL Draft.
Training camp is in question due to the Coronavirus pandemic as many sporting events have been canceled. It was reported Sunday that President Donald Trump thinks the NFL should start...
The Los Angeles Chargers continue their busy offseason as they sign another key piece. Defensive back Chris Harris agrees on a two-year, $20 million contract with the Chargers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and James Palmer.
The Chargers secondary appears to be loaded now with Harris joining Casey Hayward and Desmond King at corner. Not to mention Darwin James at safety makes this secondary one of the best.
Harris' specialty is being a shutdown slot corner. Next Gen Stats showed that Harris has allowed only four touchdowns when being targeted from his slot position since 2016. He's made four Pro...
The Carolina Panthers needed help on the offensive line and got it. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Russell Okung was traded from the Los Angeles Chargers for Trai Turner.
The trade is a win-win for both team as the Panthers get a left tackle in Okung to help protect whoever plays quarterback. Los Angeles get some help with their interior offensive line to help with their running game.
Okung has been a great pass blocker since entering the league in 2010. After winning the Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks in 2013, he spent time with the Broncos and Chargers. He made...
The NFL season has come to an end. Now the NFL starts their second season: the offseason. Teams around the league have a lot of work to do in terms of adding talent to their rosters. Some NFL teams are looking for one more piece to bring them over the top.
A lot has changed for this team since the end of the season. Freddie Kitchens is out as head coach and Kevin Stefanski is in. The regular season was a mess for Baker Mayfield and the rest of the offense. They never got in sync as Odell Beckham...
It's the news NFL and Los Angeles Chargers fans were waiting to hear. The day has come that Philip Rivers will no longer be the quarterback of the Chargers as the two sides mutually part ways, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
It has been rumored since the end of the season that Rivers was on his way out of Los Angeles. News came out that he was moving his family from San Diego to Florida back last month.
Rivers was originally drafted by the New York Giants in the 2004 NFL Draft before being traded to the Chargers for draft picks...
A firestorm of reaction came out after Fox Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer made comments on the air about Philip Rivers' future in LA. On his appearance Monday on the The Herd with Collin Cowherd when Cowherd was asked about Drew Brees coming back to the Saints next season. Rivers' name was also brought up during the interview.
"Drew is in a different position from anybody else," Glazer replied. "The Giants have moved on from Eli, the Chargers have moved on from Philip Rivers. Brady has a choice where he’s going to want to go. Brees it’s Saints or nobody."