Chargers Park constantly goes through changes and improvements each and every year. Those attending training camp practices probably noticed our newest one as banners line the wall of the main building.
Each banner marks a milestone year in team history in which they’ve made the playoffs, ranging from the 1960 AFL Western Division Champions through the 2013 AFC Wild Card Winners. The crown jewel thus far is the 1963 AFL Championship banner, followed by the 1994 AFC Championship team.
Still, there is one banner that is missing, and the glaring omission has inspired the Bolts more than ever this training camp.
“It’s very motivating because you look up there and there are no Super Bowls up there,” said
Each player expressed their desire to be the first to bring the Lombardi Trophy to America’s Finest City and earn that coveted banner.
“It shows that we can make history and do something that has never been done,” said
A key contributor over the last decade,
“I think it’s a big motivating factor because it reminds us where we’ve been in the past, even these past couple years,” said Malcom Floyd. “We still have players who were part of that era before last year too, so it shows every player what you need to accomplish to get up on that wall, and hopefully make it a Super Bowl banner.”