While Philip Rivers isn't planning to leave his starting quarterback job anytime soon, he says he's happy to work with any young QB the team may draft.
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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers have a large contingent here at San Diego State pro day, including DC Gus Bradley, OL coach Richard Smith, RB coach Alfredo Roberts and DB coach Chris Harris. Aztecs to watch include RB Donnel Pumphrey, OL Nico Siracusa and CB Damontae Kazee.
The Chargers, who have a 35-year-old QB (Philip Rivers) and a habit of working out elite QB prospects, added Patrick Mahomes to their list this year.
Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster looked good at USC's pro day, and the SoCal native said he'd be OK if he were to be drafted by the Chargers or Rams.
Already equipped with a stalwart off the edge in Joey Bosa, the Chargers would love to add a defensive back who can help produce points going the other way.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
USC WR JuJu Smith-Schuster goes through 3-cone drill. He chose not to run the 40-yard dash today.
The Los Angeles Chargers have finalized a deal to hold the first training camp after their move north in Costa Mesa.
Joe Mixon is visiting the Chargers on Tuesday and Wednesday after previous visits to the Raiders, Broncos and Bengals.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
Source tells me Bucknell offensive tackle Julien Davenport is meeting with Bucs offensive line coach George Warhop tonight for dinner and has a private workout with him tomorrow. He's got upcoming private workouts with the 49ers, Cowboys and Giants and met with the Chargers before his pro day last week. He's 6-foot-7, has an 87.5 inch wingspan and is a former basketball player. Great footwork.
Philip Rivers' numbers looked far better when Danny Woodhead was on the field than not, but now the versatile running back is in Baltimore.
A source tells ESPN that the New Orleans Saints and free-agent linebacker Manti Te'o have agreed on a two-year deal.
Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
The Saints have agreed to a 2-year deal with former Chargers LB Manti Te'o, per source, which ESPN's Dan Graziano reported was coming. The 26-year-old is coming back from a season-ending torn Achilles suffered last September. But when healthy, he has started 34 of 38 career games while serving as a middle linebacker, signal caller and co-captain. It will be interesting to see how the Saints plan to use him along with recently-signed MLB A.J. Klein and last year's starting MLB Craig Robertson -- both of whom have the versatility to move around.
Former Chargers' QB Ryan Leaf discusses his struggles with addiction, how going to prison saved his life, and the long road to redemption and sobriety.
Kenjon Barner's playing time at running back has been limited, but he should be solid on special teams, averaging 30.8 yards per kick return in 2016.
Tenny Palepoi finished with 23 tackles, including two tackles for loss and one fumble recovery in 13 games last season.
The Saints are near agreement on a contract with linebacker Manti Te'o, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.
Russell Okung hit the market at the right time; the Chargers made the former Seahawk and Bronco the NFL's highest-paid left tackle in free agency.
While the large increase in the salary cap has teams aggressive on the free-agent market, the Steelers, Texans and Chargers are sitting back a bit.
Jatavis Brown's probable move to outside linebacker should serve him well under new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's 4-3 scheme.
Kenny Wiggins, who has the flexibility to play anywhere on the offensive line, signed a one-year deal to remain with the Chargers.
The Chargers have a franchise quarterback in Philip Rivers, but he'll turn 36 in 2017, so looking for his successor is at least a thought.
Malik Hooker might be a perfect fit for Gus Bradley's Cover 3 defense, but will his medical evaluation drop his stock in the draft?
The Chargers got the upgrade at left tackle they coveted in free agency, but they also said goodbye to an integral part of their running back corps.
The Los Angeles Galaxy of MLS and the Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL will converge in the 27,000-seat soccer stadium in the diverse city of Carson.