This is the March 11, 2013 news archive. View today's Chargers rumors and news.
ESPN.com Mar 11, 2013When the Kansas City Chiefs cut right tackle Eric Winston last week, the San Diego Chargers seemed like a natural fit for him. The Chargers apparently agree. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Winston visited San Diego over the weekend. If signed, he would reShare Tweet
Bolts open to re-signing Aubrayo FranklinThe nose tackle is proven fit in the team's 3-4 defense.Share TweetThe veteran cornerback is part of a cluster the team is considering signing.Share Tweet
Paris: Will Chargers embrace free agency, or settle into rebuilding mode?Free agency is here, but it remains to be seen if the Chargers are active players.Share TweetHere is a roundup of who some NFL Experts expect the San Diego Chargers to draft with the 11th overall selection in April's NFL Draft.Share TweetFind each of our Prospect Profiles leading up to the NFL Draft right here.Share TweetLearn more about offensive tackle prospect Eric Fisher out of Central Michigan.Share TweetCNNSI.com Mar 11, 2013The narrative when a talented but troubled player gets traded is always fascinating to me. The discourse goes something like this: I don't care how talented he is, he's not worth the headache.Share Tweet
Takeo Spikes says regime change led to his releaseTakeo Spikes said the Chargers' regime change, not his ability, led to his release.Share Tweet
Free agent watch: Jake LongA four-time Pro Bowler, left tackle Jake Long, 27, is less dominant than he was.Share Tweet
Richard Goodman remains with ChargersSince 2011, the wide receiver ranks fourth in the NFL in kickoff return average.Share Tweet
Jim Trotter: Harvin may be a headache, but that doesn't make him a lost ca…Mar 11The narrative when a talented but troubled player gets traded is always fascinating to me. The discourse goes something like this: I don't care how talented he is, he's not worth the headache.
Don Banks: With Harvin trade, fortune likely to favor bold Seahawks againMar 11For a franchise that has rapidly become known for its fearless, unconventional thinking on personnel matters, Seattle's trade for disgruntled Vikings receiver-return man Percy Harvin on Monday is another bold step. And one that again reinforces the perc…
Minnesota Vikings to trade Percy Harvin to Seattle Seahawks -- sourceMar 11The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks, a source confirmed to ESPN.com's John Clayton.
Peter King: Some things to expect as free agency gets set to openMar 11All's quiet on the free-agency front, one day from the opening of the market, Tuesday at 4 p.m. Some of the front office guys I speak to regularly were on lockdown over the weekend, not allowed to spill anything for risk of alienating a player or agent,…