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profootballtalk.com Updated Dec 29, 2012
While it’s been widely reported that the Chargers will fire General Manager A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner after Sunday’s season finale, another change that hasn’t been reported before could result in a member of the Spanos family that owns the teShare Tweet
Six of Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers' seven seasons as a starter came with Norv Turner the head coach. "If it is the end, it's been a heck of a run," Rivers said.Share TweetIt is often said Norv Turner is a player's coach. It is often unsaid as to why.Share TweetTaking a closer look at the Chargers Sunday opponent, the Oakland RaidersShare TweetFor the second game in a row, the Chargers will be facing a No. 3 quarterback making his first NFL start, and Terrelle Pryor hopes it goes better than his last performance in Southern California.Share Tweet
Scott vs. BR: Should the Chargers rebuild without Antonio GatesScott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith debate if the Chargers should go into next season with Antonio Gates as their starting tight end.Share TweetQuentin Jammer, who joined the Chargers as the fifth overall pick in the 2002 NFL draft, has been with the team longer than any of his teammates - and longer than all but three players in franchise history. But Jammer expects to suit up for the ChargersShare TweetReport: Reid interested in Chargers job if Turner firedShare Tweet
Keys to the Game: The Chargers finish the 2012 season when they hos…chargers.com Dec 29, 2012The Chargers finish the 2012 season when they host the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Here are five things to watch for that could dictate the outcome. 1. Pressure Pryor— For the second game in a row,...Share Tweetchargers.com Dec 29, 2012The Chargers finish the 2012 season when they host the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Here are five things to watch for that could dictate the outcome. 1. Pressure Pryor— For the second game in a row,...Share Tweet