Jaguars GM Gene Smith is expected to go after whomever he considers the best available wide receiver in free agency (Vincent Jackson?), according to our AFC Whispers.
There is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to the Chargers' receivers, as free agents may depart and some key players are injury concerns.
After showing off his skills against Lions WR Calvin Johnson in Week 10, Charles Tillman will get another chance to cover one of the league's top receivers on Sunday.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents the first of five key matchups this week in the Packers' Week Nine game this Sunday against the Chargers.
Chargers TE Antonio Gates returned to practice on Monday and is hopeful to play in Week Seven vs. the Jets.
Chargers WR Vincent Jackson has never hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent, and that might continue into the 2012 offseason.
Chargers WR Vincent Jackson and Dolphins NT Paul Soliai both will play the 2011 season under the terms of their one-year franchise tags.
Chargers QB Philip Rivers and WR Vincent Jackson finished atop a PFW web poll asking, "Which QB-WR duo will outperform all others this season?"
The Chargers announced their free-agent signings on Friday night, including RB Mike Tolbert.
Chargers WR Vincent Jackson will be in attendance when the team reports to camp on July 27, ending speculation that he would hold out for a long-term contract for the second consecutive summer.
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.
Player reps reportedly sent an email saying they will meet on Monday, but NFLPA spokesman George Atallah said he does not know about the email.
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.
NFL Network reported Thursday morning that compensation requests from Vincent Jackson and Logan Mankins remain an obstacle to a new labor agreement.
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.