Bisaccia's Units Face Big Issues

New special teams coach Rich Bisaccia comes to San Diego with a sterling résumé. Less impressive is the unheralded group of "third phase" players he is about to inherit. Bisaccia will need to coach up some young talent, and fast, to avoid another disaster.
January 13, 2011

Bolts Stars Talk About Latest Disappointment

The Chargers locker room was a sullen place following Sunday's 17-14 loss to the New York Jets. Hear from Norv Turner, Philip Rivers, LaDainian Tomlinson, Nate Kaeding, Shawne Merriman and others in the wake of the latest playoff loss.
January 18, 2010

Five Chargers to Watch: Glue Guys

Every contending team relies on a handful of "glue players" and San Diego is no different. These players don't frequent the highlight reels and rarely land postgame interviews, but they are often the difference between wins and losses. Here's a look at five glue players who've helped the Chargers claim three consecutive division titles.
July 20, 2009

Final Positional Analysis: Special Teams

The San Diego Chargers have all the tools to field elite special teams. The team has two dominant young kickers, an explosive kick returner, a steady snapper and aggressive cover men. All that's missing is consistency.
June 6, 2009

Bolts Notebook: Divisional Dynasty

The San Diego Chargers racked up a season-high 52 points against the rival Denver Broncos as the Bolts went on to win their third straight AFC West title. Samantha Fillerup shares her notes and anecdotes from all of Sunday's action.
December 30, 2008

Training Camp: Big Hitting Under the Lights

The Chargers brought out the extra punches in their first training session under the lights. The defense came out to play, but two key members of the secondary had close brushes with accidents. One player came out of his experience better than the other. The Jumbo Trans were there to pick up all the hard-hitting action, so was's Michael Kranzler who brings back all the details.
August 6, 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