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Take a look at the reactions from across Twitter following the selections on Day 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Take a look at the reactions from across Twitter following the selections of Joshua Palmer and Tre' McKitty.
Take a look at the reactions from across Twitter following the selection of Asante Samuel Jr.
Slater rejoins Justin Jackson and Joe Gaziano on the Bolts.
Take a look at the reactions from across Twitter following the selection of Rashawn Slater.
General manager Tom Telesco spoke with Chargers.com before the start of the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Chargers head coach spoke with Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer.
Uncle Ardy from Pirnia Law Group shows off his Chargers buses that can be seen around SoFi Stadium on gameday.
Nearly 150 local Girl Scouts came together for a day of flag football skills and fundamentals on the Bolts' training camp fields at Jack Hammett Sports Complex.
In partnership with the Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund, Inglewood Unified School District, and Brotherhood Crusade, SoFi celebrated the graduation of 14 young scholars from the Bolt Academy program. The program is designed to offer juniors and seniors from Inglewood high schools the opportunity to participate in a six month after-school program to develop leadership and job-readiness skills.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed defensive lineman Nick Williams.
The Los Angeles Chargers announced that the team has signed six players selected in the 2023 NFL Draft to rookie contracts — TCU wide receiver Quentin Johnston (No. 21 overall), Washington State linebacker Daiyan Henley (No. 85), TCU wide receiver Derius Davis (No. 125), Clemson offensive lineman Jordan McFadden (No. 156), Boise State defensive lineman Scott Matlock (No. 200) and TCU quarterback Max Duggan (No. 239).
The Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms with the following undrafted free agents on Saturday after the conclusion of the 2023 NFL Draft:
The Bolts drafted Southern California outside linebacker Tuli Tuipulotu (54th overall) and Washington State linebacker Daiyan Henley (85th overall), adding a pair of Los Angeles Area natives and 2022 first-team All-Pacific-12 selections.
The Los Angeles Chargers selected TCU wide receiver Quentin Johnston with the No. 21 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed wide receiver Jalen Guyton.
The Los Angeles Chargers today announced the hirings of Assistant Secondary Coach Will Harris and Offensive Assistant Phil Serchia. In addition, Mike Hiestand will transition to the defensive side of the ball as a Front Seven Specialist and John Timu will be the Assistant Defensive Line Coach.
On the latest edition of Let's Play, Sebastian Joseph-Day and Morgan Fox go head-to-head in a game of Madden 23. See who wins the matchup between these two Chargers defensive linemen, Joseph-Day's Bolts led by Justin Herbert or Fox's random choice, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. Powered by Southern California McDonald's.
The Los Angeles Chargers today re-signed center/guard Will Clapp.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed cornerback Kemon Hall.
The Los Angeles Chargers today agreed to terms with tight end Donald Parham, Jr., and punter J.K. Scott.
The Los Angeles Chargers today re-signed defensive lineman Morgan Fox.
The Los Angeles Chargers today re-signed quarterback Easton Stick.
The Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms with tackle Trey Pipkins III on a multi-year contract.
The Los Angeles Chargers today tendered kicker Cameron Dicker as an exclusive rights free agent and signed tackle Foster Sarell.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed linebacker Eric Kendricks to a multi-year contract.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed the following 12 players to Reserve/Future free agent contracts. 11 of the players finished the 2022 season on the team's practice squad.
The Chargers will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday at 5:15pm at TIAA Bank Stadium for the AFC Wild Card Game.
The Chargers will take on the Denver Broncos on Sunday at 1:25pm at Empowerfield at Mile High.
On the ninth episode of ALL IN Season 2, go all-access on how the Chargers clinched their first playoff spot since 2018. Take a deep dive into the defensive resurgence that powered this postseason push, including how the Bolts stymied two of the most explosive offenses in the league.
The Chargers will take on the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at 1:25pm at Sofi Stadium.
The Chargers will take on the Indianapolis Colts on Monday at 5:15pm at Lucas Oil Stadium.
On this edition of Let's Play, tight end Tre' McKitty and linebacker face off in a race of F1 2021. Powered by Southern California McDonald's.
On the eighth episode of ALL IN Season 2, go all-access on the Chargers young quarterback, Justin Herbert, and learn how his competitive drive has translated to clutch, highlight-worthy plays his whole career, including the Bolts recent win over the Dolphins on Sunday Night Football.
In the latest episode of ALL IN: Season 2 we take a look at the driving force behind the Chargers offense, quarterback Justin Herbert. Episode 8 of All IN is out now.
The Bolts will take on the Miami Dolphins for prime time clash on Sunday Night Football.
The Chargers will take on the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday at 1:25pm at State Farm Stadium.
On the seventh episode of ALL IN Season 2, learn about Khalil Mack's journey to the Chargers and his fight to prove his doubters wrong as the veteran edge rusher holds down the Bolts defense after Joey Bosa is sidelined with a groin injury.