The San Diego Chargers won their first division title in a decade. In honor of the "worst to first" or "rags to riches" it would be fitting to analyze three players who have made a big impact in their own way, but are some of the least known players in San Diego.
December 24, 2004
Hanik Milligan never wanted to be a one trick pony that excelled in special teams, but was missing from the San Diego Chargers defensive package. While one may have opened doors for the other, in his mind playing on defense is where he will make his mark. Injuries or not, he already has lofty goals for next season, but will he play free safety or strong safety? We have the answer.
March 29, 2004
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
Hanik Milligan was turning heads in Carson for all the right reasons. His 6-2 frame was imposing in the secondary and he just seemed to be in the right place at the right time. Milligan had elevated his play to the point that he was looking to be a contributing factor after being claimed in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers. Then came the injury…<br><br> A torn pectoral muscle in August derailed a promising season. Now he updates us on his progress.
February 2, 2004