Chargers Release WR Eric Parker

After trying for weeks to move Eric Parker in a trade, the Chargers finally conceded on Wednesday and released Parker from the team. The seven-year veteran caught at least 45 passes every year from 2004 to 2006 but missed last year with a toe injury.
July 23, 2008

Three to Watch: Training Camp

Which of the Chargers' new additions will be under the spotlight during training camp? Which returning veteran has the chance for a breakout season? What will happen if the team doesn't release Eric Parker? Read on to find out.
July 18, 2008

Chargers Q&A with Adam Caplan's national NFL reporter Adam Caplan answers a six-pack of hot questions for Chargers fans. When will San Diego make a move with Eric Parker? Which core players will the Chargers re-up before 2009? Could the team bring in one more veteran before training camp? Caplan has these answers and more.
July 16, 2008

If I were a carpenter…

The Chargers are openly and aggressively shopping Eric Parker, but have found no takers as of yet. The Pittsburgh Steelers found themselves in the same situation with backup running back Najeh Davenport and were forced to release him earlier this week. How can the Bolts avoid the same outcome? Team expert Michael Lombardo explores.
June 29, 2008

Chargers Power Rankings: Nos. 36-42's Samantha Fillerup continues to rank San Diego's top-56 players. Part III of this eight-part series takes a look at spots 36-42, a grouping that includes four standout sophomores and a pair of veteran reserves. Find out where everybody stacks up in this latest installment.
June 20, 2008

Breaking Down the Bolts: Wide Receivers

The roster is stockpiled with talented wide receivers and the race is in motion to see who makes the final cut. Starters Vincent Jackson and Chris Chambers return in sterling form and pressure rises for the backups itching to make an impact. Teetering on the edge, Malcom Floyd and Kassim Osgood scrape for playing time.
June 3, 2008

Suddenly Deep Receiving Corps Quiets Critics

In years past the Chargers have gone into the summer with question marks surrounding their wide receiving corps. No more. What was once a weak link in an explosive offense deserves spotlight all its own. It's transformed from being a potential liability to a real team strength.
May 30, 2008