Hear from Dean Spanos, Roger Goodell and Philip Rivers as the Chargers kick off their new era in Los Angeles with an invite-only pep rally.
Scott Kaplan is fed up with the way the Chargers have handled moving to Los Angeles, especially the way the organization turned its back on San Diego fans on the way out.
Nothing beats the excitement of the NFL Playoffs! The Mighty 1090 will be hosting an AFC/NFC Championship party on Sunday, January 22nd and we want you to join us! Your
Thank you for those of you who came by the Valley View Casino Center Friday to donate your Chargers gear to Alpha Project which distributes clothes to the homeless. If you
Gone but not forgotten and never forgiven. Angry, heartbroken San Diegans share their thoughts on Dean Spanos and the Chargers taking off for Los Angeles.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, county supervisor Ron Roberts and SDSU President Elliott Hirshman unloaded on the Chargers decision to move to Los Angeles.
Chargers rookie tight end Hunter Henry reflects on his rookie season, in which he lead all NFL tight ends with eight receiving touchdowns and playing along the great
Former Chargers linebacker Billy Ray Smith weighs in on who he’d like the Chargers to select as their new head coach.
Chargers running back and impending free agent Danny Woodhead discusses the team’s injuries, Mike McCoy and if he wants to return in 2017; Brandon Flowers discusses a
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss Mike McCoy’s firing and takeaways from Tom Telesco and John Spanos’ press conference on the decision and Los Angeles.