During the chatter about the San Diego Chargers moving to Los Angeles, there were rumors of a possible rebranding if they moved. The Chargers have moved but the rebrand won't happen, at least yet. Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported that a Chargers official said the team will keep
Jimmy Kimmel had Chargers players Philip Rivers and Joey Bosa swear allegiance to Los Angeles and agree to some unique proposals.
New Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn began his introductory news conference by nearly referring to himself as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers. It was only this past Thursday that team owner Dean Spanos announced the franchise's move up north after San Diego taxpayers recently rejected a ballot
Now that the Chargers are fleeing San Diego, inquiring football minds want to know: Is Philip Rivers onboard with the idea of spending the remainder of his career in Los Angeles?
The Anthony Lynn era got off to a slightly inauspicious start when the new head coach referred to his team quickly as the San Diego Chargers. But he was impressive nonetheless. Here's what we learned.
The Los Angeles Chargers' move to the City of Angels has not been a smooth one and on Tuesday, rumors began to swirl that the team's quarterback was not happy with his new situation...
The Chargers' move up the coast prompted a loud and passionate outcry from local fans who have supported the team for decades. Now they're hearing it from local businesses.
The San Diego Chargers' decision to move to Los Angeles last week sparked a lot of questions about the wisdom of the relocation. Pretty much every team that has relocated through sports history has been welcomed by their new city.
Wil Myers committed to the Padres for six seasons. A few days after the Chargers deserted the city for Los Angeles, the San Diego Padres reached an agreement to keep their cornerstone first baseman around for at least another six seasons.
The changes keep coming for the NFL's Chargers, with the team confirming it has hired Anthony Lynn as head coach on Friday, a day after announcing they will move from San Diego to Los Angeles. "The Los Angeles Chargers made their first official transaction on Friday, naming Anthony Lynn as
Sunday afternoons in San Diego used to be something special. Fans would flock to see their beloved Chargers, first at Balboa Stadium and then in Mission Valley, at the stadium once affectionately known as The Murph. The Bolts gave San Diego an identity of being more than just a sleepy Navy town, from
New Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph and new San Diego Chargers coach Anthony Lynn joined a short list of first-time minority head coaches when accepting top coaching jobs this week.
One day after the Chargers announced their impending move from San Diego to Los Angeles, quarterback Philip Rivers commented on the relocation Friday. In an interview with Xtra 1360 Fox Sports Radio (h/t ESPN...
After getting absolutely trashed on social media for much of Thursday, when they revealed their new logo in anticipation of their move from San Diego, the Los Angeles Chargers went back to the drawing board.
Philip Rivers has been a San Diego Chargers quarterback for his entire 13-year NFL career. The idea that the Chargers might be leaving San Diego has been hanging in the warm, salty air there for well over a year, as franchise and city officials sparred over building a new stadium to replace the outdated
Philip Rivers sympathizes for San Diego fans who are losing the Chargers, but hopes that they will continue to support the team. The QB also is looking forward to playing in Los Angeles.
Philip Rivers, who was a longtime proponent of keeping the Chargers in San Diego, is putting on an optimistic face about the team's move to Los Angeles even if it seems "surreal."
One year ago, Los Angeles didn't have an NFL team. The San Diego Chargers are officially relocating to LA, and at first glance, the numbers might make the move look puzzling. In their first two seasons in LA, the team will play in the StubHub Center, the home of the LA Galaxy (a soccer team), a stadium
Somehow, the actual games took a backseat in the football-news world this week, as the San Diego Chargers' move to Los Angeles and coaching hires in Buffalo, L.A. (for the Rams and Bolts), Jacksonville and Denver took center stage...
You know you've had a heck of a crazy 24 hours as a sports franchise when hiring a new head coach is not even close to the biggest news of the day. What a day Thursday was in San Diego, er, Los Angeles Chargers history. Owner Dean Spanos announced Thursday morning that the Chargers would move to Los
The Padres are about to be the only show in town. The San Diego Padres are about to become single parents. With the news that the Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, the Padres are now the only pro game in town.
After years in limbo, the Chargers are moving to LA. Speaking with NFL Network's Alex Flanagan, Orlando Franklin, who has been in San Diego the past two years, said he was "shocked" by the move.
The San Diego Chargers confirmed Thursday the franchise will make a controversial move to Los Angeles next season after failing to reach a deal on a new stadium at their existing home. A letter from Chargers owner Dean Spanos posted on the team's website confirmed the team would end a 56-year stay
The Chargers are leaving San Diego, but Ray Rice's amazing fourth-and-29 conversion that set up an OT win in 2012 will always live in Ravens lore.
Just 24 hours ago, the general public wasn't sure what was going to happen to the San Diego Chargers. It seems like a quickie divorce, too: the Chargers will reportedly spend the next two seasons playing at the StubHub Center, home of the Los Angeles Galaxy. Do the L.A. Dodgers know the Chargers have
The San Diego Chargers never really could do anything right, so it's not a surprise they got their own demise all wrong, too, courtesy of poor late-game strategy. The Chargers always found creative ways to lose.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos formally announced the decision to relocate the team from San Diego to Los Angeles on Thursday after informing his staff of the decision.
The Chargers on Thursday announced their plans to move to Los Angeles, where the team played its inaugural season in Los Angeles in 1960 before heading to San Diego in 1961.
We're down to three head-coaching vacancies. The San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams continue to search for a new lead ball coach...
Not much about the San Diego Chargers' anticipated move to Los Angeles makes sense, and that's before you get to the Chargers' home stadium plans for the next two seasons. According to USA Today and Pro Football Talk, the Chargers plan to play at the StubHub Center in Carson in 2017 and 2018, before
There have been ups and downs aplenty since 1967, but if the Chargers head north to L.A. this offseason they'll leave lots of memories behind.
The San Diego Chargers are finalizing plans to relocate up the road where they would become the second National Football League team in the Los Angeles area, ESPN reported late on Wednesday. According to the American sports cable network, the Chargers are set to make an announcement on Thursday. The
Following years of efforts aimed at trying to keep the Chargers in San Diego, team owner Dean Spanos will inform his staff Thursday morning of plans to move team to Los Angeles for 2017 season.
The San Diego Chargers are no more. The team reportedly plans on officially announcing its intention to move to Los Angeles on Thursday, ending a stay that began in 1961 as a member of the American Football League...
The San Diego Chargers reportedly will relocate to Los Angeles. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the San Diego Chargers are planning to announce this week, and as early as Thursday, that they are moving to Los Angeles. The Chargers had been in San Diego since the AFL days starting in 1961, moving
San Diego Chargers chairman Dean Spanos is expected to announce as early as Thursday that his franchise will move to L.A., giving the city two teams after more than two decades without one.
The Chargers will have a couple more days to decide whether to stay in San Diego or to relocate to Los Angeles. The NFL moved the deadline from Jan. 15 to Jan. 17 on Wednesday.
The Chargers want a stadium solution soon, whether it be a deal to remain in San Diego or a move to join the Rams in Los Angeles.
As the Chargers' brain trust wades into the search for the replacement for fired coach Mike McCoy, they won't be able to tell early interviewees whether the team will be playing In San Diego or Los Angeles next season. The Chargers must make two major decisions in a short time following a second
Andy Reid has called Dave Toub the best special teams coach in the NFL, and his work with the Kansas City Chiefs this season has done nothing to dispute the assessment. Toub could soon be a head coach elsewhere. The San Diego Chargers have requested permission to interview him for their vacancy, and
The San Diego Chargers announced Sunday they fired head coach Mike McCoy, so the team will shift its focus toward finding his replacement in the coming weeks...
The San Diego Chargers might have played their final game in America's Finest City on Sunday. Then, they fired coach Mike McCoy. So where exactly is this franchise headed now?
San Diego's Mike McCoy and San Francisco's Chip Kelly were fired on Sunday as coaches of their respective NFL teams only hours after defeats that concluded miserable losing campaigns. In four seasons, McCoy had an overall record of 28-38 with the Chargers, his farewell bow a 37-27 home loss
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