Chargers Fire Head Coach Mike McCoyMcCoy was 27-37 in four seasons in San Diego.
Chargers Give Head Coach Mike McCoy Contract ExtensionThe San Diego Chargers gave beleaguered coach Mike McCoy a one-year contract extension through 2017 earlier this week, general manager Tom Telesco said Friday.
Despite 4-12 Campaign, Chargers Press On With Telesco And McCoyThe Chargers decided that shaking up the front office and coaching staff is not the answer moving forward in 2016. As a result, both general manager Tom Telesco (who had recently been approved for a longer term deal) and head coach Mike McCoy will both return.
Injury Report: Can San Diego End Season On High Note In Mile High City?While it certainly would not make up for a long and disastrous season, the San Diego Chargers would like nothing more than to put a slight crimp in the plans of the rival Denver Broncos.
Chargers Want To Crush Denver's HopesWith the possibility of getting the best record in the AFC, the Broncos will no doubt be rooting for the Miami Dolphins (playing New England at home). A New England loss and a Denver win over San Diego would give the Broncos the top seed in the conference. On the flip side, a Denver loss and a Kansas City win would drop the Broncos all the way down to a wild card seed, giving the Chiefs the AFC West crown.
Where Do Chargers Go From Here?After stabilizing their season at 2-2 back in early October, San Diego (2-8) has proceeded to drop six straight games, leaving it on the outside looking in when it comes to the 2015 playoffs. Now playing essentially for pride, the Bolts will look to finish off the season with a run, starting against Jacksonville.
Chargers' McCoy Declines Specifics About Fluker's Latest ConcussionChargers coach Mike McCoy refused to divulge details of right guard D.J. Fluker's second concussion in five days and the fourth of his three-year NFL career.
Can San Diego Salvage Season With Win Over Rival Chiefs?While the Chargers and probably many other teams in the AFC aspire to have the success New England has on a yearly basis, the reality is that only one team can win the conference each year. After nine games this season, it is safe to say San Diego (2-7) won't be that team.
Chargers Searching For Answers During Bye WeekFor the San Diego Chargers sitting at 2-7, things can't get much worse. Coming into a season where they expected to battle Denver and Kansas City for the AFC West title, the Bolts are mired in dead-last place in the division.
Chargers Turn Focus To Vikings After Cincinnati LossGiving up 28 and 24 points to Detroit and Cincinnati, respectively in their first two contests, the Bolts hope to field a full 60-minute defensive effort against a Minnesota team that is also 1-1.
Season Recap: Chargers Left To Wonder What Might Have BeenAfter dropping a heartbreaking 18-17 loss on the road in the season opener at Arizona, the Bolts would reel off five straight victories, including a win over the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.
McCoy: Chargers Has Work To Do Before Preseason Games The San Diego Chargers still have work to do before playing preseason games.