Los Angeles Chargers Photos
Chargers Final Tuneup Before Raiders Matchup
Check out the best photos of the Chargers Friday practice at Hoag Performance Center.
Chargers Continue Week 4
Check out the best photos from the Bolts practice on Thursday at Hoag Performance Center.
Keenan Allen Gets Slimed
Take an inside look at Keenan Allen getting slimed by his children after winning the Week 3 Nickelodeon NFL Slimetime NVP award.
Chargers Rookie Class Host Play 60 for Long Beach Elementary Schools
The Chargers, along with players Tuli Tuipulotu, Scott Matlock, Jordan McFadden, Terrell Bynum, CJ Okoye, and AJ Finley, hosted a Play 60 camp for over 200 3rd and 4th-grade students from Bobby Smith and Riley Elementary schools in Long Beach. The Play 60 event took place at Veterans Stadium, the home of Long Beach City College. For more than 15 years, the NFL Play 60 initiative has served as the league's national Youth Health and Wellness platform, empowering youth to engage in physical activity for at least 60 minutes a day and encouraging a healthy lifestyle. The PLAY 60 Movement continues to inspire and motivate the next generation of youth, working alongside our Play 60 partners to get them moving and playing for 60 minutes each day.
Introducing River, the newest Chargers Pup in partnership with Paws for Life K9 Rescue
The Chargers visited California Medical Facility to observe Chargers Pup, River, in training and meet with prison administration and Paws for Life K9 Rescue dog trainers. Beginning in 2020, the Chargers Pup program has followed a service animal in training to highlight the importance of these dogs for people with disabilities. River is specifically being trained to become a service animal for a military Veteran with PTSD and will be the face of the team's animal welfare work this season.
Chargers and the Chargers Impact Fund Distribute 750 Meals at 122nd St. Elementary School
Defensive lineman, Sebastian Joseph-Day, joined the Chargers and the Chargers Impact Fund to host a special assembly and distribute 750 meals to the 600+ students at 122nd St. Elementary School. In an effort to combat food insecurity in Los Angeles, the Impact Fund partnered with nonprofit, Blessings in a Backpack, to distribute these meals since they will provide essential nourishment during the weekends when students do not have access to school lunches.