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profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 14 (yesterday)Last year, the Rams decided to move to Los Angeles, and they moved right away. This week, the Chargers decided to move to Los Angeles, and they moved right away. With the Raiders deciding to move to Las Vegas, they most likely won’t be moving right away…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 14 (yesterday)The offensive coaching staff under new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is continuing to come together. The Broncos hired Mike McCoy as offensive coordinator and his offensive line coach when he was the head coach of the Chargers will be coming to Denver…Share TweetThe Chargers announced their move to Los Angeles all of three days ago, and they’ve apparently already changed their main logo three times. Read more...Share Tweet
Solarte signs 2-year extension with PadresMLB.com Jan 14 (yesterday)The Padres announced a two-year contract extension with third baseman Yangervis Solarte on Friday, a deal which also features club options for the 2019 and '20 seasons.Share TweetThe Oakland Raiders could be on the move. (USA TODAY Sports) A third NFL team in a year might be on the move. Following in the steps of the Rams and Chargers, the Raiders are set to file relocation papers to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, according to …Share Tweet
NFL will have at least eight minority head coaches in 2017profootballtalk.com Jan 14 (2 days ago)The NFL, which has long strived for more diversity among its coaching ranks, will have as many minority coaches as it’s ever had in the 2017 season. With eight minority head coaches — the Chargers’ Anthony Lynn, Denver’s Vance Joseph, Cincinnati’s Marvi…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 13 (3 days ago)The Chargers officially have a new home. And, officially, a new coach. The latest arrival in Los Angeles has named Anthony Lynn the successor to Mike McCoy, and also the 16th coach in franchise history. “One thing that’s very clear about Anthony Lynn is…Share TweetPadres agree with Myers on six-year, $80 million extensionShare Tweet
FAA approves Inglewood stadiumprofootballtalk.com Jan 13 (3 days ago)When the Rams and Chargers join forces to share a stadium in 2019, there will definitely be a stadium to share. Via Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times, the FAA has approved the $2.6 billion venue to be built in Inglewood, California. The approval com…Share TweetPhilip Rivers has been a San Diego Chargers quarterback for his entire 13-year NFL career. He is the franchise’s all-time leader in several categories, and while fans in other cities mock him for his demonstrative ways, he’s beloved in the city he’s cal…Share Tweet
Chargers closer to being a playoff team than Rams in battle for L.A.ESPN.com Jan 13 (3 days ago)Chargers closer to being a playoff team than Rams in battle for L.A.Share Tweet
Source: Padres close to deal with CahillMLB.com Jan 13 (3 days ago)The Padres are nearing a deal with free-agent right-hander Trevor Cahill, a source told MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi.Share Tweet
Doc's advice to Chargers: 'Win'Jan 14Doc Rivers shares the advice he would give to the Chargers with the team moving to Los Angeles and says there's enough room for them in the city.
Lynn willing to keep Chargers' offensive staffJan 13ESPN's John Clayton breaks down how the Chargers landed Anthony Lynn as head coach and what criteria he had to fulfill to fit the position.
Chargers to hire Lynn as new head coachJan 13Field Yates breaks down Anthony Lynn's recent moves around the NFL that ultimately landed him the new head coaching position with the Chargers.
Jalen & Jacoby: SD Chargers change logo, moving to L.A.Jan 12Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss the press release stating that the San Diego Chargers are relocating to Los Angeles for the upcoming 2017 season, and ponder whether or not this is a good move for the team.