The Chargers cut four players, placed one on I.R. and signed a part-time punter on Tuesday.
Pro Bowl WR Vincent Jackson said in an interview Friday that he is willing to sit out the entire 2010 season unless he gets a long-term contract from the Chargers.
The Chargers are missing a key piece of their offense with two-time Pro Bowl OLT Marcus McNeill continuing a holdout that likely will extend deep into the regular season.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that both the Vikings and Seahawks have been turned off by the salary demands of Chargers holdout WR Vincent Jackson, whose agent says he isn't sure the Chargers want to trade his client.
The Chargers have officially placed WR Vincent Jackson and OLT Marcus McNeill on the roster exempt list, which will result in a three-game suspension for both players upon signing a contract, according to the North County Times.
Chargers OT Tra Thomas, who signed with San Diego in June, has decided to retire, according to reports.
The Chargers gave the Seahawks permission to talk with WR Vincent Jackson, who is not close to signing a new deal with San Diego.
Road teams are favored in half of the 16 games to kick off the NFL regular season, leaving handicappers to weigh which road favorites are live and which home underdogs have bite.
Chargers OLB Shawne Merriman, a restricted free agent, announced on his Twitter account Friday that he has signed his one-year, $3.269 million tender.
Norv Turner isn't about to let WR Vincent Jackson's impending holdout limit his offensive options. To make up for the likely absence of his top wideout, Turner has decided to get creative — instead of deploying additional receivers, he ...
The Chargers announced Tuesday that they have signed free-agent S Quinton Teal to a two-year contract.
Before he has ever taken a handoff for the Chargers, rookie RB Ryan Mathews has found himself with nowhere to run from the fans and media, all wanting to know how he'll replace a legend.
Chargers rookie ILB Donald Butler will miss the 2010 season after suffering an injury to his Achilles' tendon during a training-camp practice on Tuesday.
The Chargers agreed to terms on a five-year contract Sunday with 2010 first-round draft pick RB Ryan Mathews, according to ESPN.com. The deal is reportedly worth $25.65 million and includes $15.08 million guaranteed.
The Chargers will have a few clear-cut objectives during their 2010 training camp. But the Bolts also will be looking to trim players who aren't up to snuff as they attempt to select the best 53 men for their ...