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Padres' Richard chooses to become free agentPadres left-hander Clayton Richard has decided to become a free agent after clearing outright waivers.Share Tweet
Philip Rivers faces ironman London FletcherSAN DIEGO -- Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has faced Washington middle linebacker London Fletcher twice during his 10-year NFL career. San Diego played a Buffalo defense led by Fletcher in 2006. Rivers and the Chargers won that game, 24-21. The two…Share Tweet
Chargers to honor their title teamThe Chargers will honor their AFL-winning team at halftime of the Bengals game, Dec. 1.Share Tweet
Gates: WRs don't fear going across middleSAN DIEGO -- Chargers tight end Antonio Gates remembers the respect he and other receivers earned by being man enough to run across the middle of the field, take a big hit and come down with a critical catch when he first arrived in the league 11 years …Share Tweet
Baby Boom Hits Chargers' Teamchargers.com Oct 28, 2013There has been a baby boom in the Bolts locker room of late.Share Tweet
Chargers-Redskins links A.J. SmithThe Redskins employ A.J. Smith, who was the Chargers' general manager from 2003-12.Share Tweet
D.J. Fluker living up to first-round selectionD.J. Fluker, drafted 11th last April, has started six of seven games for the Chargers.Share Tweet
Positional analysis: coaching, draft classUnder new coaches, Philip Rivers leads the NFL in completion rate (73.9 percent).Share Tweet
Derrick Rose's return to the Chicago Bulls is one worth watchingOct 28Taking down a defending champion requires a special kind of player. Come Tuesday night in Miami, we'll see whether Derrick Rose is that player, writes Michael Wilbon.
Matthew Stafford Comes of AgeOct 28Two months down, two to go. Time flies when you’re having fun. The Lions had some fun Sunday, and the resurgent Staffords will lead the column … but some headlines first: • Mike Pouncey might want to get lawyered up. As Pete Thamel and Greg A. Bedard re…