Chargers submit relocation application to NFL

San Diego Chargers representative Mark Fabiani

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Chargers, Rams, Raiders all file to relocate to Los Angeles – USA Today
None of the filing decisions were surprising, though they still were unsettling for the fan bases in the teams’ current cities. The Chargers have played in San Diego since 1961. The Rams and Raiders have both played in their respective cities since 1995, the same year they both abandoned the Los Angeles market, leaving it without an NFL team for the last 21 years.

Dean Spanos Explains Chargers Filing for Relocation – Chargers.com
The Chargers officially filed for relocation on Monday, and Chairman of the Board Dean Spanos sat down with Jordan Beane to explain what went into the decision and what to expect in the coming weeks.

Eric Weddle Discusses His Unhappy Ending With The Chargers: Soon to be former Chargers safety Eric Weddle discusses his unhappy ending with the San Diego Chargers, if he ever got a satisfactory answer for being placed on injured reserve against his will and why he’ll never talk to the organization again.

 

Why the Chargers kept Mike McCoy – San Diego Union-Tribune
In making the bold, if not entirely predictable, move to keep McCoy, the Chargers are trying not to get caught in the spin cycle.

Chargers Part Ways with Six Assistant Coaches – Chargers.com
After deciding to keep their head coach, the San Diego Chargers decided to move on from their Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line Coach, Defensive Line Coach, Tight Ends Coach, Wide Receivers Coach and Assistant Offensive Line Coach.

Mike McCoy: “This Was One Of The Toughest Days I’ve Ever Had As A Football Coach” – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Chargers Head Coach Mike McCoy joins Kevin Acee as the FIRST guest of the new “Trending Now” show here on The Mighty 1090 and he talks about the start to the offseason, including the firing of 6 assistant coaches.

Philip Rivers on why keeping Mike McCoy was the right call – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Chargers QB Philip Rivers talks with Darren Smith about the end of a disappointing season, the firing of Frank Reich and why he thinks keeping McCoy was the right decision.

Padres reportedly interested in Desmond – MLB.com
The Padres and free-agent shortstop Ian Desmond have been widely regarded as one of the most natural fits of the offseason for both sides, and now San Diego appears to have emerged as the favorites to land Desmond.

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