Chargers: LA Moves on From Anthony Lynn, Becomes Attractive Spot for Head Coaching Candidates

After four seasons with the Chargers, it appears that Anthony Lynn’s tenure as head coach has come to an end. The team released a statement from owner, Dean Spanos, on Monday morning thanking him for his time with the team. Statement from Dean Spanos — Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) January 4, 2021 After posting … Read more

LA Roundup: Dodgers’ Smith and Ruiz Tabbed as Future Stars, Lakers’ Talen Horton-Tucker Making an Impression, and More!

Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day! The Dodgers have been a powerhouse in player development over the past few seasons, and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. In a recent ranking by Bleacher Report, catchers Will Smith and Keibert Ruiz are both … Read more

Chargers: 3 Keys for LA to Get Back on Track Against the Miami Dolphins

The Chargers enter Week 10 with a record of 2-6 and sit at the bottom of the AFC West. With so many one-possession games to this point, it’s easy to think about how differently we’d look at this team if some of these had gone their way. Regardless, Week 10 presents another opportunity to build … Read more

Chargers News: Keenan Allen Ranked in Top-10 of WRs in Poll of NFL Personnel Evaluators

Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is one of the most underrated and unappreciated receivers in the NFL. 50 NFL players, executives, and scouts were polled on who the top-10 wide receivers are for this upcoming season. In a poll conducted with 50 NFL executives, scouts and players, ESPN ranked the top 10 wide receivers for … Read more

Chargers News: Hunter Henry Talks Justin Herbert, Tyrod Taylor, and His Franchise Tag

For the first time since 2004, the Chargers will be without QB Philip Rivers. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn has said he would like to give Tyrod Taylor a chance to start at QB, and if that doesn’t work out, then Justin Herbert could takeover. The other QB option for Los Angeles would be Easton Stick. … Read more

Los Angeles News: Governor Newsom Says Pro Sports May Return Soon in California


Yesterday during his daily COVID-19 updates, California Governor Gavin Newsom said that we could see pro sports return by the first week of June without fans in California. California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state could see pro sports return by the first week of June without fans. — Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) May 18, … Read more

Chargers News: Member Of L.A. Team Tested Positive For COVID-19, 2 More Possible.

It was reported that a member of the Los Angeles Chargers football team had tested postive for the COVID-19 virus. Two more members of the team had shown symptoms. According to ESPN’s Adam Shefter, Chargers owner Dean Spanos, general manager Tom Telesco, and head coach Anthony Lynn were those who did not test positive nor … Read more

NFL News: NFL/NFLPA Agree To Hold Virtual OTA’s

Yesterday the NFL and NFLPA agreed on allowing teams to hold virtual OTA’s (Organized Team Activities) beginning on Monday, April 20th. Teams with new head coaches are allowed to begin on April 20th with returning coaches to begin on April 27th. Meaning the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers would begin on April 27th. The NFLPA … Read more

Chargers News: Bolts Sign Former XFL Offensive Lineman

It’s not taking too long for some former XFL players to find new homes. You can add former Los Angeles Wildcat offense tackle Storm Norton to that list as he inked a 2-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers Friday. Norton posted to his Twitter today in sheer happiness over the signing: #BoltUp ⚡️ … Read more

Chargers News: Bolts Tease New Unis With Joey Bosa

The Los Angeles Chargers already released their new updated logo on March 24th that kept the same powder blue, white, and yellow color scheme with a little updated font. This pleased many Charger fans as worry came from numerous “leaked” photos that bolted (pun intended) through the internet. Not much as changed (see below) and … Read more

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