Chargers Review: S

The play of the safeties in the San Diego Chargers secondary was nothing short of alarming. If not for the late season emergence of Terrence Kiel, this unit would likely be nominated for worst in the modern era. Luckily, the future may be bright for this unit with Kiel and Hanik Milligan.
March 2, 2004

Chargers' Exclusive, Restricted Outlook

After the season ended, before even the Super Bowl, the writers here at <a href=""></a> each took a look at the possibility of each player returning. This was initial reactions and honest assessments without any of the new knowledge gained since then that may influence the hard look at players. The following is a look at the restricted free agents and exclusive free agents of note.
February 25, 2004

Chargers Place Lassiter on IR

The San Diego Chargers put strong safety Kwamie Lassiter on injured reserve on Wednesday, three days after sustaining a season-ending knee injury. Tony Okanlawon was signed to take his place on the roster.
November 19, 2003

The Good, the Bad and the Uncertain

The San Diego Chargers went to 0-2 with a 16-10 loss in front of 41,000+ fans at Qualcomm Stadium. Some play was bad to awful, while some play deserves praise. The jury remains in the deliberation room on yet other battles that are going on through training camp as we review the game tape…
August 18, 2003

Mental Mistakes Haunt Chargers in 16-10 Loss

During practice this week the San Diego Chargers put the "Seattle rule" in effect. The rule was in reference to sloppy play from a week ago that saw penalties and turnovers cost the Chargers badly. Too bad the players did not heed the warning. Penalties and costly turnovers again cost the Bolts in a 16-10 loss against Arizona in the preseason home opener at the Q.
August 17, 2003

Chargers Camp: The Oklahoma Drill

<b>Oklahoma Drill:</b> Two mats are placed about three yards apart and a running back must run through the tiny space already occupied by one offensive player and one defensive player, who are pitted in a one-on-one drill and smacking pads with ferocity. The defensive player must try to shed the block and tackle the oncoming running back who is looking for the elusive open lane. <br><br> We have the details of almost every matchup on the day!
July 27, 2003

Chargers to hit field July 23

The 2003 San Diego Chargers hit the field for the first time on Wednesday, July 23 for Training Camp 2003 at The Home Depot Center in Carson, California. <br><br> It marks the team's first practice at the state-of-the-art Home Depot Center. The Chargers signed a five-year agreement to hold training camp at the new facility after holding camp on the University of California at San Diego campus for the previous 27 years.
June 30, 2003