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profootballtalk.com Updated Dec 24, 2012
We don’t yet know who the Raiders’ starting quarterback for Sunday’s season finale will be. But we know who it won’t be. Carson Palmer, who has started all 15 games this season, has been ruled out for Week 17 against the Chargers after suffering cShare Tweet
Before breaking a franchise record, the Chargers tight end reached out to neglected and abused children in San Diego.Share Tweet
Acee: Rivers, Chargers can't keep looking forward to next yearFranchise QB senses future not as limitless as it once was.Share TweetESPN.com Dec 24, 2012We know Carson Palmer will not play in the Oakland Raiders’ season finale on Sunday in San Diego. We do not, however, know who will be the Raiders’ starting quarterback. Oakland coach Dennis Allen said Palmer will not play against the Chargers after tShare Tweetchargers.com Dec 24, 2012Check out the exclusive video inside yesterday’s locker room as head coach Norv Turner awards game balls and congratulates Antonio Gates for becoming the franchise’s all-time leader in touchdown receptions.Share Tweetchargers.com Dec 24, 2012Isabelle “Belle” Pernicano, wife of Chargers minority owner George Pernicano, passed away Thursday at her home in El Cajon, California. She was 95. Belle is survived by her husband of 72 years, Geo...Share Tweet
Paris: Don't expect Spanos to waffle, Turner's time has comeThe Chargers' season finale comes with Norv Turner's last game as Chargers head coach.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Dec 24, 2012The Jets dressed three quarterbacks for their game against the Chargers yesterday-a game they lost, 27-17. Greg McElroy, the former Alabama quarterback who, evidently, never faced a pass rush while he was there, started, while Tim Tebow and Mark SanchezShare TweetHere are some areas the San Diego Chargers need to focus on after a 27-17 road win over the New York Jets on Sunday: Recap: The Chargers dropped the Jets for their second road win in the past three games. San Diego is now 6-9. It didn’t really change muShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 24, 2012During Sunday’s edition of Football Night in America, Peter King reported that former 49ers and Lions coach Steve Mariucci is interested in coaching the Chargers, if the Chargers are interested in Mariucci coaching the Chargers. So King supplied it, andShare Tweet
Halftime adjustment works for ChargersFor the second straight week, the Chargers made a mid-game switch at left tackle.Share Tweet
11 sacks propel Chargers past JetsThe San Diego Chargers beat the New York Jets, 27-17, Sunday.Share Tweet