Owners, coaches and executives from around the league reacted Monday to the news that the lockout was over and that the 2011 season is about to begin.
It appears one of the biggest hurdles left for the NFLPA is gone, as Chargers WR Vincent Jackson has agreed to withdraw his claim for compensation.
FS Eric Weddle, expected to be one of the top players on the free-agent market, told a newspaper he'd like to re-sign with the Chargers when the lockout ends.
Frustrated with not being able to work out a long-term contract, Chargers WR Vincent Jackson is finally going to get his chance to hit the open market — in 2012.
Patriots OG Logan Mankins and Chargers WR Vincent Jackson, two of the plaintiffs in the "Tom Brady vs. NFL" antitrust lawsuit, have asked for special deals as part of the suit's settlement.
Chargers TE Antonio Gates, who ended last season on injured reserve, has found some benefits to being locked out.
Too many defensive backs on the Chargers' roster could mean Paul Oliver will have to find a new team to call home next season.
Readers believe that the Jaguars will be leaving Jacksonville and heading to the West Coast after responding to the poll question, "Which NFL franchise is most likely to move to Los Angeles."
PFW identifies four players from the AFC West who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Knowshon Moreno, Brandon Carr, Ryan Mathews and Lamarr Houston.
Former Chargers and Eagles DE Burt Grossman has been named the 2011 NFL Teacher of the Year. Grossman is a teacher at Hoover High School in San Diego, Calif.
Tim Leiweke, CEO of the group trying to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles, has spoken with representatives of the Vikings, Chargers, Raiders, Rams and Jaguars about the proposed venue.
There are changes in San Diego following a disappointing 2010 season, including two new coordinators and the likely departure of some familiar faces.
The contract holdout that caused OLT Marcus McNeill to miss the first five games last season hurt the Chargers, but he's ready to contribute from the start in 2011.
The Chargers didn't get many contributions from their rookie class last season, but the team hasn't given up on those players in 2011.
Chargers OLB Larry English, coming off a disappointing, injury-plagued 2010 season, had surgery on his injured left foot in early March.