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Beat Writers Roundtable Finale for Week 17 on Chargers Weekly
Southern California News Group's Gilbert Manzano and the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller join Chris Hayre to preview Chargers vs. Chiefs in Week 17, with a look towards 2020.
Chargers Weekly: Fresh Off the Bye, Focused on the Jags
Chris Hayre is joined by Hall of Fame wide receiver and NFL on CBS analyst James Lofton, the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith, and a beat writers roundtable.
Chargers Weekly: Beat Writers Roundtable at the Bye
Chris Hayre is joined by The Athletic's Daniel Popper, Southern California News Group's Gilbert Manzano and the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller to look back at the first five weeks of the Chargers' season and look ahead to the remaining 11 games, starting against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Bonus Chargers Weekly: ESPN's Steve Levy Previews MNF
Chris Hayre is joined by the voice of "Monday Night Football" Steve Levy, who previews Chargers at Saints from the Superdome in Week 5.
Chargers Weekly: 'Monday Night Football' Edition
Chris Hayre is joined by the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith (1:11) and gets this week's opposing view from The Athletic's Jeff Duncan (20:34) ahead of "Monday Night Football" against the New Orleans Saints.
Chargers Weekly: Previewing Bolts at Bucs
Chris Hayre is joined by the NFL on CBS' Ian Eagle and Evan Washburn, and the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith to preview Week 4 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Chargers Weekly: Preparing for the Panthers
Chris Hayre is joined by The Charlotte Observer's Alaina Getzenberg, the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith, and Pac-12 Network's Yogi Roth ahead of this Sunday's Week 3 matchup with the Carolina Panthers.
Chargers Weekly: Previewing the Home Opener Against the Chiefs
Chris Hayre is joined by Yahoo Sports' Terez Paylor, the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith, and the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller to preview Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs from SoFi Stadium.
Chargers Weekly: All Eyes on the Bengals
Chris Hayre is joined by CBS Sports' Kevin Harlan, The Athletic's Paul Dehner Jr. and the voice of the Chargers Matt "Money" Smith to preview Sunday's Week 1 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Around the NFL Crew Talks Hard Knocks, Previews 2020 Chargers
NFL Media's Dan Hanzus and Marc Sessler join Chris Hayre to share their thoughts on "Hard Knocks: Los Angeles" and whether the Chargers can be one of seven AFC teams to make the playoffs this season.
All Things Chargers With Adrian Garcia-Marquez
Chris Hayre is joined by Garcia-Marquez, who previews the newest addition to the Chargers Podcast Network "Puro Chargers." The two also discuss their thoughts on SoFi Stadium, stepping up in the absence of Derwin James, and more.
Chargers Weekly: From the Senior Bowl to SoCal With Jim Nagy
Reese's Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy joins Chris Hayre to share unique insight on seven current Chargers who participated in Senior Bowl week the last two seasons, including quarterback Justin Herbert and tight end Donald Parham Jr.
Preparing for Pads, Hard Knocks Recap with NFL Network's Omar Ruiz
NFL Network reporter Omar Ruiz joins Chris Hayre to recap the premiere of "Hard Knocks: Los Angeles" and to discuss the latest from 2020 Chargers training camp, presented by SoFi.
Chargers Weekly: NFL Network's Steve Wyche
Chris Hayre is joined by NFL Network's Steve Wyche, who shares his thoughts on the Los Angeles Chargers entering 2020, how they stack up in the AFC West, Tyrod Taylor under center and more.
Chargers Weekly: The Latest from Training Camp, Fantasy Values and More
Chris Hayre and Hayley Elwood review the first week of 2020 Training Camp presented by SoFi, including the team agreeing to an extension with defensive end Joey Bosa. Plus, Chargers offensive fantasy values with DIRECTV's James Koh.
Chargers Weekly: Closer to Football
Chris Hayre is joined by the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller for a closer look at the Chargers' roster entering 2020 training camp.
Chargers Weekly: Best of the Offseason
The best interviews of the offseason, including former linebacker Shawne Merriman, Chargers radio analyst Daniel Jeremiah, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly and Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal.
Drue Tranquill Talks New Interview Series, Preparing for 2020 Season
The second-year Chargers linebacker recently launched a video interview series which looks towards "unveiling the heart and mind of people within the Black community."
Intriguing Storylines and Players to Watch Ahead of Chargers Training Camp
Chris Hayre and The Athletic's Daniel Popper discuss key training camp storylines, including what the Chargers' offense may look like in 2020.
Know Your Rivals: Denver Broncos
The Denver Post's Ryan O'Halloran joins Chris Hayre to break down the Broncos' offseason, including several key additions to the offensive side of the ball.
Know Your Rivals: Las Vegas Raiders
On a new episode of "Chargers Weekly," The Athletic's Tashan Reed joins Chris Hayre to break down the Raiders' offseason as they prepare for their inaugural season in Las Vegas.
Know Your Rivals: Kansas City Chiefs
On a new episode of "Chargers Weekly," The Athletic's Nate Taylor joins Chris Hayre to break down the Kansas City Chiefs' offseason and how the Bolts match up in 2020.
Shawne Merriman Talks Chargers' Offseason, Seeing No. 56 Back in Action
Chris Hayre is joined by Chargers great Shawne Merriman, who shares his thoughts on the team's offseason, the new uniforms, and first-round rookie linebacker Kenneth Murray wearing his No. 56.
Which Free Agent/Rookie Tandem Will Make the Biggest Impact in 2020?
On a new episode of Chargers Weekly, beat writers discuss the latest news around the team and reveal which free agent/rookie combo will help the team the most this season.
Chargers Podcast Network: Meet the 2020 Draft Class
CBSLA's Jim Hill and Chris Hayre interview all six members of the Chargers' 2020 draft class as part of a two-part virtual event. Hear from quarterback Justin Herbert and wide receivers Joe Reed and KJ Hill (part one), followed by linebacker Kenneth Murray, running back Joshua Kelley and safety Alohi Gilman.