Bye Week Charger Blues, and Gold

Some players will be getting away while others have plans with their families for quiet time at home. While they embark on a four-day hiatus, football runs in these San Diego Chargers' veins. And staying mentally sharp is part of the process.
November 11, 2004

Zeke Moreno battling it out

Former USC product Zeke Moreno stepped into the starter's role for the San Diego Chargers after Junior Seau was jettisoned to Miami. He was pitted against Carlos Polk and the jury was swayed with the fans on who to start. A year later he is attempting to hold off newcomer Randall Godfrey and perhaps a surprise entry. His NFL career has been ripe with rewards but does the tale go on?
August 20, 2004

Chargers training camp: The Specimen vs. The Giant

The San Diego Chargers' first practice on Monday was highlighted by another one-on-one session between rookie defensive-end Igor Olshansky and third-year guard Toniu Fonoti. The two faced off in pass-rush drills as fans eagerly anticipated the outcome of another battle between ‘the Specimen' and ‘the Giant'. On the first go-round, the 6-foot-6 Olshansky burst off the line-of scrimmage with an outside move, only to find....
August 3, 2004

Scouting the AFC West: Linebackers

A position breakdown of the AFC West linebackers. Who is the best player? Has the biggest attitude? Is the true unsung hero? Who has the most to improve? Who will improve the most? Did any San Diego Chargers make the list? <A href="http://sdboltreport.com">SDBoltReport.com</a> tackles these questions and many more.
June 29, 2004

Chargers pursuing another linebacker?

Now that the San Diego Chargers have made the conversion to the 3-4 defense, the team has 13 linebackers on the squad. Only four get to see the field at one time, but there is talk of stockpiling yet another linebackers from a group of June 1st cuts. Not counting the undrafted free agents, the team has nine linebackers. If the plan is to keep one backup for each spot, plus an extra for special teams, it would leave exactly nine. Two starters were signed this offseason. Will they make it three?
June 2, 2004