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The Chargers continue to quietly and methodically add free agents aimed at making the team better, even if they aren’t exactly household names. And not many households consist of people who can spell the name of the latest addition without checking it s
Share TweetIt is clear that the Kansas City Chiefs are open to trading left tackle Branden Albert. And it is obvious the greatest need of the San Diego Chargers is at left tackle. Could the teams come together on a deal that would benefit both? I have my doubts. T…Source: ESPN.com
Prospect Profile: Desmond TrufantUpdated Mar 21 Share TweetLearn more about cornerback Desmond Trufant out of Washington.Source: chargers.com
Chat wrap: How Chargers get Lane JohnsonUpdated Mar 21 Share TweetHere are some highlights from our AFC West chat, which was held earlier Thursday: Denver John from Neb.: I saw your latest mock draft and I love the pick of Lacy at 28. Do you think they would go RB over CB at that pick? BW: The need may be greater. If …Source: ESPN.comShare TweetEnforcing the new "crown rule" won't be easy for NFL officials.Source: signonsandiego.com
Carney: mentor, inventor, businessmanUpdated Mar 21 Share TweetThe retired Chargers kicker has found his niche in San Diego.Source: signonsandiego.com
Inside the Huddle: Broncos, Chargers, Seahawks and Titans on the ...Mar 21John Clayton shares his inside scoop on the latest maneuverings and their meanings for the Broncos, Chargers, Seahawks and Titans.
Weekend Dime: LeBron and Cav return?Mar 21Daily Dime
Peter King: Revis trade talks between Jets, Bucs in a fragile stateMar 21The Jets have a vexing problem with Darrelle Revis, but if GM John Idzik plays his cards right, he could at least partially save face for trading the franchise's best player by getting no less than first- and third-round draft choices from Tampa Bay for…
Wilbon: Urlacher's farewell tough to bearMar 21Brian Urlacher is another casualty of an NFL system that shows no mercy -- even for icons.