This is the November 14, 2012 news archive. View today's Chargers rumors and news.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is tied for the second-most interceptions in the league through the first ten weeks of the season. Weeden’s 12 interceptions are tied with San Diego’s Philip Rivers and Kansas City’s Matt Cassel for second
Broncos on Chargers towel controversy: It wasn't usUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetDenver coach John Fox said not to blame his team for San Diego getting its towels confiscated during the teams' last meeting.Share TweetPhilip Rivers is dead-last in fourth-quarter passer rating, 34 spots behind AFC leader Peyton Manning.
Acee: Norv? A.J.? Philip? O-line deserves plenty of blameUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetChargers' problems are many, but pass protection from the offensive line is a main one.Share TweetThere’s no denying that Antonio Gates has been one of the greatest Chargers in team history. He has set numerous milestones and has broken countless records over his storied 10-year career. Now, ...Share TweetKicker Nick Novak answers fan tweets from Morgan and Garrett @chargers haha will he sign my jersey next time I make it out to a game?! Supporting you all the way from MD! Whyd he choose to go to u...Share TweetRyan Mathews and Jared Gaither are not practicing today, but Vincent Brown is running on a side field.
Chargers sign Bryant to replace GurleyUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetA defensive-turned-offensive lineman returns to the team.Share TweetCorey Liuget will be the first to admit that his rookie season was not all that he had hoped it would be. The defensive end racked up just 19 tackles, five for a loss, in addition to just one sac...Share TweetBefore each home game, Chargers fans will have the opportunity to submit questions to Chargers players for the team’s GameDay Magazine, which is sold at the stadium. This week ask wide receiver Dan...
Countdown Daily AccuScore: SD-DENNov 14Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Chargers-Broncos
Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.