San Diego Chargers
With a new high powered offense, the Chargers have played competitive all season but have a losing record thanks to a bad defense. Here is a breakdown of the Chargers heading into Week 4.
One of the greatest running backs in the game, and TCU alum, LaDainian Tomlinson stopped by New School to talk about the Dallas Cowboys, his time in San Diego and advice for Cowboys coach Jason Garrett.
The Dallas Cowboys continued their roster shuffle on Sunday by trading defensive tackle Sean Lissemore to the San Diego Chargers for a seventh-round pick and claiming linebacker Kyle Bosworth off waivers.
The Cowboys are signing veteran Dante Rosario, who has some solid moments behind Antonio Gates last year in San Diego.
The Broncos and Raiders are the AFC teams visiting the Cowboys next season. Dallas will travel to Kansas City and San Diego. The schedule will be announced in the spring.
The San Diego Chargers have fired coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith after missing the playoffs for the third straight season.
After weeks in California for training camp, two preseason games and two days of practices with the Chargers, the Cowboys worked out for two hours Thursday at Cowboys Stadium.
Owner Jerry Jones has had a splendid preseason with “Glory Hole” and kickin’ the Giants’ “ass” and being “pissed” at Dez Bryant. But he was out of sorts before the Chargers game.
Shareece Wright’s electrifying 73-yard interception return set up Jackie Battle’s go-ahead, 2-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter, and backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst threw two touchdown passes as the San Diego Chargers rallied from a dismal start to beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-20 on Saturday night.
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson retired from the NFL as “a Charger now and forever.” Except, he almost considered playing for the Broncos and with Peyton Manning in 2012.
Joined by his family and several former teammates, LaDainian Tomlinson ended his brilliant 11-year NFL career the same way he started it — with the San Diego Chargers.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges that he broke into a home in Montana and illegally possessed prescription painkillers.