Olivea Done For Year

The hopes were high for former Chargers starting RT Shane Olivea at camp's outset. With camp about to close, Olivea's season is finished before it even began.
August 14, 2008

Albany Insider

Here's who's hot and who's not from up in Albany...
August 6, 2008

A Second Chance

Shane Olivea knows he's fortunate to still be in the NFL - heck, he feels fortunate to even be alive.
July 29, 2008

Mruczkowski Inks Three-Year Deal

The Chargers announced today that offensive lineman Scott Mruczkowski has agreed to a three-year extension. The move solidifies San Diego's depth going forward and all but assures that Mruczkowski will take over for Mike Goff in 2009. So what does this mean for Shane Olivea? SDBoltReport.com breaks it down.
February 27, 2008

Live from Indy: The Bolts Tap Offensive Line

Amberly Richardson reports live from Indianapolis that the Chargers continue targeting offensive line players. The Bolts know they have a void to fill and this athlete could provide necessary depth and his experience as a long snapper.
February 23, 2008

Live from Indy: Bolts May Reunite O-Linemen

The NFL Combine is in full swing and the Chargers coaching staff wasted no time in grabbing a coveted offensive lineman for one-on-one time. Amberly Richardson reports from Indianapolis that the Chargers met with a tackle who can bring continuity to the line.
February 21, 2008

Where does Olivea fit in?

Shane Olivea suffered through his worst season in 2007. He hurt his back in Week 2, struggled after returning in Week 4, and lost his starting job for good in Week 13. He could only watch in disbelief as the Chargers offense thrived with him on the sidelines. Will the Chargers force him to restructure his contract to return next season?
February 8, 2008

Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs. Patriots II

Our Scout.com experts, Jon Scott of PatriotsInsider.com and Michael Lombardo of SDBoltReport.com, analyze Sunday's playoff game between the Patriots and Chargers at Gillette Stadium. Let's continue this series with six questions from Jon to Michael.
January 18, 2008