Son Of Popular Louisville Standout Offered

Class of 2019 prospect R.J. Oben, whose dad, Roman, played for Louisville and in the NFL, reacts to his offer from Louisville.
August 29, 2016

Chargers-Chiefs Game-day Primer

Sunday's Chargers-Chiefs game could make or break a season. A Chargers win all but eliminates the Chiefs from the playoff race. However, if the Chiefs sweep the Chargers for the first time since 2003, they will be one game out of first place with four to play. See how these rivals stack up in this week's game-day primer.
December 1, 2007

Where are they now? Cory Lekkerkerker II

Former Chargers OT Cory Lekkerkerker checks in with SDBoltReport.com's Amberly Richardson. Lekkerkerker offers his unique insights on the Chargers' offensive struggles, Norv Turner's rocky start and the competition at tackle.
November 19, 2007

Packers Shock Bolts, 31-24

The defense allowed more than 400 yards for the second consecutive week and Philip Rivers marred an otherwise stellar outing by halting the Chargers' final two drives with errant throws, allowing the Green Bay Packers to hold on for a 31-24 upset. The Bolts fall to 1-2 and have as many losses in three games as they did all of last season.
September 23, 2007

Rivers Aims to One-up His Idol

Philip Rivers grew up idolizing Brett Favre. Come Sunday, he has to figure out a way to beat the NFL's winningest quarterback. That's the task facing Rivers and his Chargers as San Diego tiptoes into Green Bay after a demoralizing defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots.
September 21, 2007

Favre Expects San Diego to Charge

In week two, the Chargers planned to shave their east coast rivals for a payback win at Gillette Stadium. Instead, they ended up with the knick, making it difficult to move on to Green Bay. Nonetheless, LaDainian Tomlinson and Brett Favre don't believe a repeat performance is in the cards.
September 20, 2007

No Time for Bolts to Lick Wounds

The red faces will disappear from Sunday night's embarrassing loss to the Patriots. The Chargers need to get right quick as they head to Green Bay to face an improved Packers team. And don't think Packers quarterback Brett Favre won't make note of how the Pats' Tom Brady torched the Chargers' secondary time and again.
September 20, 2007

Reflections on a Rout

The Chargers struggled to put things in perspective following a 24-point loss at the hands of the Patriots. On one hand, there is no shame in splitting a pair of games against teams that combined to go 25-7 last season. On the other, there is no excuse for San Diego's offense going eight quarters without eclipsing the 30-point mark.
September 17, 2007