Positional Analysis: OL

In 2009, injuries forced the San Diego Chargers to shuffle and reshuffle their offensive line. In 2010, a contractual dispute threatens to do the same thing. It may be bad news bears for Philip Rivers, as his team now has question marks at both tackle spots.
July 16, 2010

Is A.J. Smith in Search of the Right Tackle?

The only position on San Diego's offensive line without a projected starter for 2010 is right tackle. That spot could go to Jeromey Clary, Brandyn Dombrowski or an outside party. One third-party candidate is Notre Dame OT Sam Young, who launched his campaign at the Senior Bowl.
February 7, 2010

Chargers Sign Eight Players to Practice Squad

Second-year players Gary Banks and Corey Clark were among the eight players who were named to the San Diego Chargers' practice squad on Sunday. Only three rookies were invited to extend their stay in lightning bolts.
September 6, 2009

Chargers Spotlight: Can Clark Click in 2009?

The San Diego Chargers do a superb job of finding offensive linemen late in the draft and grooming them into dependable starters. That was the plan last year when the team picked Corey Clark in the seventh round with hopes of having him prepared to contribute by 2010. Now comes the hard part -- finding a spot for him in 2009.
May 18, 2009

Positional Analysis: Offensive Tackle

The Chargers face a number of pressing questions at the tackle position. RT Jeromey Clary struggled last season and cannot go into 2009 unchallenged. On the opposite side, Marcus McNeill enters the final year of his contract, as does backup L.J. Shelton. SDBoltReport.com wades through the muddy waters in this positional analysis.
February 13, 2009

Steelers Shatter Super Bowl Dream

No team had climbed from a 4-8 start to make the playoffs. The Chargers did just that, won their third straight AFC West title and won a playoff game.
January 12, 2009