First Blood: Cuts Are In

The San Diego Chargers sifted through their roster and came up with the necessary cuts to trim the roster down to the allotted 65, plus NFL Europe roster exemptions. Some of the choices were no doubt tough, but such is the way of life in the NFL.
August 26, 2003

Post Game Thoughts

The San Diego Chargers preseason win over the Houston Texans offered great insight to many of the questions heading in to cut-downs and the preseason finale...
August 25, 2003

Dirty Dozen: Roster Cuts

Training camp consisted of 80+ players on the San Diego Chargers roster. With game three in the books, the team must trim their roster down to 65 players and NFLE roster exemptions Luke Butkus, Seth Burford and Scott Pospisil get a stay of execution. Twelve players must go and Saturday in Houston was the final day to make an impression. Sunday the Chargers were off, but management was hard at work figuring out who the twelve are that must go.
August 25, 2003

Preseason game #3, Time To Get Serious

The third preseason game against the Houston Texans should prove to be the most important for the San Diego Chargers. With cut's coming soon here's what's on tap...
August 23, 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

What Worked? What Didn't?

The San Diego Chargers opened their preseason with a 20-7 loss against the Seattle Seahwaks. Pluses and minuses come from every game. Here we analyze what worked, what didn't and the jury that is still out on the battles in camp.
August 10, 2003