This is the December 12, 2012 news archive. View today's Chargers rumors and news.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall's one-game team suspension is for not attending last Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers, according to a multiple sources.Share Tweet
Chargers' Royal back practicing, but Spurlock here, tooThe Chargers suddenly have a crowd at slot receiver, but they'll likely have another week to decide what to do with it.Share TweetQuentin Jammer and Eric Weddle said disciplined play will be the key to containing Cam Newton.Share TweetGary Guyton put together four stellar seasons from 2008-2011 to kick off his NFL career with the New England Patriots. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound linebacker recorded 229 tackles, five sacks, three f...Share Tweetchargers.com Dec 12, 2012LB Andrew Gachkar answers a fan tweet from Cedrique How much fun was it to be able to be the first regular-season Chargers team to beat Pitt in Pitt? #askacharger - Cedrique Flemming (@cflemmingru...Share TweetESPN.com Dec 12, 2012The San Diego Chargers continue to have problems on the offensive line. Starting tackles Jeromey Clary (knee) and Mike Harris (ankle) and guard Tyronne Green (hamstring) all missed Sunday’s victory at Pittsburgh. Clary and Green didn’t practice WednesShare TweetPanthers head coach Ron Rivera, a former Chargers assistant, is feeling the heat, much like his counterpart Sunday, the Chargers' Norv Turner.Share Tweetchargers.com Dec 12, 2012Director of Player Personnel Jimmy Raye and Chargers.com's Jordan Beane take a look at the Panthers - including Cam Newton and Ron Rivera - in this week's "Bolts Breakdown".Share Tweet
U-T NFL Mock Draft 2013: With updated second roundAlready looking towards next April's NFL Draft? The U-T has got you covered.Share TweetSince the product on the field hasn’t been as good as expected, and the opponent isn’t compelling, the Chargers are trying something new in an effort to move unwanted tickets for Sunday’s game against the Panthers. They’re using Groupon. That’sShare Tweet
Defenses haven't caught on to Bolts' DanarioChargers wide receiver Danario Alexander has been seeing more single coverage than he probably should.Share Tweet